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11.4.2019

Dr Barry Shiels (Durham): W.B. Yeats & the Scale of Poetry

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures / Centre for Irish Studies invites you to a lecture W.B. Yeats & the Scale of Poetry by DR BARRY SHIELS (Durham University, UK) on Thurs...

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16.4.2019

Jasmina S. Ćirić – Architecture of Dečani: Rites of Passages

Department of South Slavonic and Balkan Studies and Serbian language office cordially invites you to the lecture by Jasmina S. Ćirić (University of Belgrade): Architecture of Dečani: Rites of Passages...

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17.4.2019

Jasmina S. Ćirić – Serbian Medieval Architecture: The Age of Knez Lazar and Despot Stefan Lazarević

Department of South Slavonic and Balkan Studies and Serbian language office cordially invites you to the lecture by Jasmina S. Ćirić (University of Belgrade): Serbian Medieval Architecture: The Age of...

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24.4.2019

Dr Michael D'Arcy: Krapp's Last Tape and the End of Art

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures / Centre for Irish Studies invites you to a lecture “Krapp’s Last Tape and the End of Art” by Dr Michael D’Arcy (St. Francis Xavier University) on...

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26.4.2019

11th PRAGUE MICROFESTIVAL 2019

PRAGUE MICROFESTIVAL (PMF) is an annual festival of the arts, combining contemporary writing with art, film, theory & performance. PMF is fully bilingual (CZ and EN), and presents readings by t...

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29.4.2019

Nina Power & Daniel Miller on "Performing Naughtiness"

1. Performing Naughtiness, Nina Power Humour in the internet age is in trouble. The 'Alt-Right' appears to have a monopoly on laughter in the form of memes, jokes, 'edgelordism', disrespect for the...

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Nina Power & Daniel Miller on “Performing Naughtiness”

1. Performing Naughtiness, Nina Power Humour in the internet age is in trouble. The ‘Alt-Right’ appears to have a monopoly on laughter in the form of memes, jokes, ‘edgelordism’, disrespect for the po-faced and an ability to make rare steaks out of liberal sacred cows. The left have responded by taking up a cliched ‘humourless’ […]

11th PRAGUE MICROFESTIVAL 2019

PRAGUE MICROFESTIVAL (PMF) is an annual festival of the arts, combining contemporary writing with art, film, theory & performance. PMF is fully bilingual (CZ and EN), and presents readings by the best authors of contemporary poetry and fiction. Every year, PMF welcomes renowned and underground authors from across the world, staging them alongside film projections, […]

Dr Michael D’Arcy: Krapp’s Last Tape and the End of Art

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures / Centre for Irish Studies invites you to a lecture “Krapp’s Last Tape and the End of Art” by Dr Michael D’Arcy (St. Francis Xavier University) on Wednesday 24th April, 9:10-10:40 in Room 111. Michael D’Arcy is Associate Professor of English at St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada. […]

Jasmina S. Ćirić – Serbian Medieval Architecture: The Age of Knez Lazar and Despot Stefan Lazarević

Department of South Slavonic and Balkan Studies and Serbian language office cordially invites you to the lecture by Jasmina S. Ćirić (University of Belgrade): Serbian Medieval Architecture: The Age of Knez Lazar and Despot Stefan Lazarević. The lecture will take place on April 17th 2019 at Faculty of Arts main building (nam. Jana Palacha 1/2, […]

Jasmina S. Ćirić – Architecture of Dečani: Rites of Passages

Department of South Slavonic and Balkan Studies and Serbian language office cordially invites you to the lecture by Jasmina S. Ćirić (University of Belgrade): Architecture of Dečani: Rites of Passages. The lecture will take place on April 16th 2019 at the Celetna 20 (Room 221). Добро дошли!

Markus Bell: Contemporary Migration in East Asia: New Migration Flows, New Challenges

Dr Barry Shiels (Durham): W.B. Yeats & the Scale of Poetry

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures / Centre for Irish Studies invites you to a lecture W.B. Yeats & the Scale of Poetry by DR BARRY SHIELS (Durham University, UK) on Thursday 11 April, 12:30-14:00 in Room 111 This lecture considers the problem of scale in Yeats’s poetry, specifically the way that certain of […]