A conference on Les Lumières au pluriel marks a stage of the ANR/DFG-funded EDULUM project. It is being held on 14-16 December at the Maison Française in Oxford and at All Souls College, with support from both organisations and from the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages at Oxford.
The Russian Sub-Faculty alongside the Vintage Film Club is very pleased to show films based on Russian classical literature as a part of the European Humanities Research Centre Visibility Project. On 1 December (Friday), we will show the film adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s play The Wedding (directed by Vitaly Mel’nikov, 1977).
The conference “After Clarice: Lispector’s Legacy” commemorates the fortieth anniversary of Clarice Lispector’s death, but also aims to analyse her legacy and influence as it has developed in the decades since.
The Russian sub-faculty is pleased to announce the showings of literary adaptations of masterpieces of Russian classical literature, preceded by short introductions by Modern Languages faculty members, starting with the adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s most famous novel The Lady with the Little Dog (directed by Iosef Khefitz, 1960).
A practical introduction to searching for scholarly materials to support your research, focusing on building a search to fit your research question, using relevant databases and evaluating your results.
Over one hundred members of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, many of them undergraduates, translated texts from the European Enlightenment in spring 2017. For the official launch of the book, coordinated by Catriona Seth, we are holding a marathon reading of the anthology in its original languages, with the new translation providing subtitles.