He is a novelist, poet, columnist, screenwriter and playwright. He is one of the most widely read and honoured authors in his language area the Netherlands and Flandersand makes regular appearances at all the major European theatre festivals. Biography Lanoye was the youngest son of a butcher. He graduated with a thesis entitled 'The Poetry of Hans Warren '.
Grewing Vienna and Christine Walde Mainz Call for Papers This conference is supposed to be the first of a series of conferences or workshops and publications on the present, 21st century, condition and self-conception of Classical Philology.
Literary Ages and Genres Re-Considered' is primarily meant to critically examine the long-lasting problem s of categorizing literature according to 'ages', 'genres', etc.
At first sight, the advantage of such classifications in various categories seems to be evident, for they purport to lend stability and clarity to otherwise chaotic forms. This includes purely temporal classifications by historical and literary ages, systematic ones by 'genres' or 'types of texts'.
The standard companions to, and histories of, Greek and Latin Literature are full of classifications and simplifications that are for the most part handed over from one generation to another.
It is the aim of this conference to critically re-assess the pros and cons of such categorizations and to bridge the undeniable gap between traditional philology and modern literary theory.
Those who wish to contribute a paper should send an e-mail to Farouk F. Please include a brief abstract in your mail.
Greco—Roman civilisation in its essence and in every facet of its existence. In parallel, the perception of the value and importance of classical scholarship within contemporary culture has changed.
Recent discussions on the history of classical scholarship and its theory e. Schwindt, Was ist eine philologische Frage? We seek papers with fresh perspectives on classical scholars, their works and methods.
In particular, we are looking for presentations outlining the answers that classical scholars would give to a number of theoretical questions: What is the point of studying the classical world? Is it possible to attain an objective reconstruction of the classical world?
Which methods are more likely to yield successful results? What is the contribution of classical scholarship to contemporary thought? What is the relationship between different disciplines within classical studies such as textual criticism, linguistics, metrics, literary interpretation?
Papers are invited from young researchers no more than 5 years after PhD and graduate students. Interested students and scholars are invited to submit titles and abstracts — words for a 25—minute research paper to Giuseppe Pezzini and Stefano Rebeggiani at by 15 May Programme decisions will be communicated by May For further information about the conference, please contact us at.
Power and Manipulation AMPAL is a two day residential conference where postgraduate students in the field of Classics can present their research, take part in discussion, exchange ideas and meet other postgraduates and academics. It is also an ideal forum for students to present their first conference paper in a friendly and supportive environment, as well as offering peer review feedback for speakers and chairs.
This can include consideration of the power of manipulation or the manipulation of power in Greek and Roman literature, language, politics, historiography, religion, mythology, drama, philosophy, and archaeology.
Some suggestions are given below, although we welcome other interpretations on the theme: Proposals for panels of co-ordinated papers are also welcomed. Materiality and the materials of research: · Waterschoot, ‘Leven en betekenis van Lucas D’Heere’, Verslagen en Mededelingen van de Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde, 1 (Gent: Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde, ), pp.
16– (p. 16).leslutinsduphoenix.com Taal & Tongvalcolloquium, Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde, Gent, 7 december Lecture by Soren Schalowski, University of leslutinsduphoenix.com · Tom Lanoye (his name is pronounced the French way: /lanwa/) was born 27 August in the Belgian city Sint Niklaas.
He is a novelist, poet, columnist, scenarist and playwright. He is a novelist, poet, columnist, scenarist and leslutinsduphoenix.com://leslutinsduphoenix.com?s=Tom Lanoye.
· The conference is organized with the generous support of the Research Foundation Flanders – FWO and the Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde (Royal Academy for Dutch Language and Literature)leslutinsduphoenix.com English Literature II (UGent) and other summaries for English Literature II, Taal en Letterkunde.
Syllabus for English Literature II.
Thesis on the perception of the European sanctioning policy against Russia in the light of the Ukrainian crisis. Universiteit Gent Master of Arts (MA), Duitse taal- en letterkunde, Cum Laude. – Bachelor in Linguistics and Literature French and German Master in Applied German and Comparative Linguistics I had the delight to leslutinsduphoenix.com