Department of American and Canadian Studies invites all students and faculty to a lecture  entitled  “Beyond the Pines and Wilderness: Landscape in Contemporary Canadian Art,”  which will be delivered by  Prof. Aleksandra Idzior,  Visual Arts Department,  University of the Fraser Valley,  Canada,  on Wednesday June 1st, 2016,  in the lecture Hall 1.49,  at 14:00.

H/Story Historical Society cordially invites everyone to another History Goes Pop! meeting. This time Patrycja Sokołowska will present Necronomicon. The Hidden Story of H.P Lovecraft. The meeting will take place on Friday, 3rd July, 2016 in room 2.23, at 11.30. 

Instytut Kultur i Liteatur Anglojęzycznych oraz Instytut Historii UŚ serdecznie zapraszają na otwarty wykład gościnny prof. Bernta Øyvinda Thorvaldsena z University of Southeast Norway. Wykład zatytułowany "The Old Norse Concept of Luck" odbędzie się we wtorek, 24.05.2016 r., o godz. 11.30 w Sali Rady Wydziału im. prof. Kazimierza Polańskiego. Wykład jest otwarty dla wszystkich, ale jest również częścią ogólnouczelnianego modułu "Viking Age and Medieval Scandinavia". 

Department of American and Canadian Studies and Canadian Studies Centre invites all  interested students and faculty to participate in the Day of Canadian Culture 2016 (May 12th). The schedule of lectures, presentations and a workshop devoted to the analysis of Canadian literature,  entitled “Critical and Creative Analysis of Canadian Literature, can be found in the attachment. Our keynote speaker and workshop leader this year is dr. Tegan Zimmerman,  professor of Women’s Studies and English at Okanagan College in Kelowna, British Columbia. The event will give us a chance to meet dr. Zimmerman  who in the Fall semester 2016-2017  will be a teaching at the Institute of English Cultures and Literatures three Special Topics courses (The Woman’s Historical Novel in Canada (1980 to the Present); The History and Politics of Women’s Studies and Feminism in Canada; Canadian Drama: 1960s to the Present); she will be also involved in other activities of our Canadian Studies Centre in the form of two creative writing and research projects (notably “the feminist intervention in Canadian popular culture by producing popular culture”).  The  Day of Canadian Culture  program and selected texts from Margaret Atwood’s The Journals of Susanna Moodie to be analyzed during the workshop can be found in the attachments. Students interested in the workshop are requested to contact prof. Eugenia Sojka  (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

 

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