Readings from new translation of the Polish national epic Pan Tadeusz - literatures of multilingual Europe

9 October 2018 5.15pm 6.15pm

Speaker(s):

Professor Bill Johnston

Contact:

Nick Hearn - nick.hearn@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

Description

The Taylor Institution Library, one of the Bodleian libraries, is hosting a lecture series entitled Literatures of multilingual Europe in Michaelmas 2018. This series is being run with a view to offering an introduction to less well-known European literatures such as Polish, Welsh and Scandinavian literatures (among others), showcasing the holdings of the Taylorian and the Bodleian and offering another perspective on creative multilingualism from a literary perspective.

This lecture series complements the Bodleian exhibition in Hilary 2019 Babel: adventures in translation.

Booking

This event is free but places are limited so please complete our booking form to reserve tickets in advance.

Venue:

Ground Floor Lecture Room, 47 Wellington Square, Oxford.

47 Wellington Square is located at the end of St John's Street opposite Rewley House (Continuing Education). The building is access-controlled and those who are not registered members of the Modern Languages Faculty of Oxford University will need to press a button and announce themselves over the intercom. The Ground Floor Lecture Room is immediately on your left after you have entered the building.

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