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Apr 2018

Join Graduate Day 2018!

The Inter-university Doctoral programme in Advanced English Studies: Linguistics, Literature and Culture, run by the Universities of A Coruña (UDC), Santiago de Compostela (USC) and Vigo (UVigo), invites you to attend and participate in IDAES Graduate Day 2018, which will be held at the University of Vigo (Facultade de Filoloxía e Tradución, Salón de Graos) on May 4th 2018.

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Mar 2018

Ins and outs of ERASMUS Study Abroad

The IDAES programme at the University of Vigo announces the lecture: "The ins and outs of ERASMUS Study Abroad: The researcher and the students' perspectives", which will be delivered by Prof. Carmen Pérez Vidal (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) on 16 April at 9am in Vigo (Facultade de Filoloxía e Tradución, room B3).

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Mar 2018

Christopher Norris on “Creative Criticism”

The University of Santiago de Compostela and the research network 'Lingua e Literatura Inglesa e Identidade III' organise the research seminar 'Christopher Norris on “Creative Criticism”: Literary theory and poetic practice' in Santiago on 2-5th April, 2018. IDAES members are welcome to attend the seminar.

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Feb 2018

Transdisciplinary Approaches to Affect Theory

The workshop ‘Transdisciplinary Approaches to Affect Theory’ will be conducted by Libe García Zarranz Norwegian, Associate Professor in Literature in English, University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim.

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Dec 2017

Cosmopolitanism and forgiveness in Canadian literature

Dr. Eva Darias Beautell visited the University of Vigo on November the 27th, where she delivered a lecture entitled “Responding to Crises: Cosmopolitanism and Forgiveness in Canadian Literature”. Starting with a brief introduction to theoretical approaches to cosmopolitanism and the ethics of state apologies, Dr. Darias Beautell dedicated a part of her analysis to the case of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada that investigated the policy of forced assimilation of Indigenous children in Residential Schools in Canada. On the second part of her lecture she offered an extensive overview of diverse and divergent responses to crimes against human rights in the Canadian fiction written in English, including outstanding examples like Joy Kogawa’s Obasan, Rawi Hage’s Cockroach, Madelein Thien’s Certainty, and Joseph Boyden’s The Orenda. Her lecture was followed by an engaging Q&A period with the participation of graduate students and colleagues in our Ph.D. program.

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