The department is looking for a trainee for the period March to May 2021. For more information see the trainee ad on the Department’s Moodle Notice Board and sent to enge-info.
During this week’s Zoom Premis Jason Finch and Lieven Ameel will each be giving a presentation on their book projects. Details and Zoom link in the poster: Premis 17th February 2021_Ameel-Finch.
This is happening the coming Wednesday 17th February 16-18.
All are warmly welcome!
FM Charlotte Stormbom will defend her doctoral thesis Friday, 12 February, 2021 at 1 pm.
The thesis is entitled Gendered language in flux: The use of epicene pronouns in EFL and ELF writing. Apart from the candidate’s lectio praecursoria in Swedish, the discussion will be in English.
The opponent is Professor Anna Mauranen, University of Helsinki, and the chair is Professor Tuija Virtanen-Ulfhielm.
You are welcome to follow the event online using this link:
Meeting ID: 6120 918 0922
A link to the online version of the thesis can be found here:
Please find attached details of our PREMIS Seminar this coming Wednesday 27th of January by Casie Hermansson on Adapting Books for Film: Joyce’s “Eveline”. Poster and details here: Premis 27th January 2021_Casie Hermansson.
Everyone is welcome to this first PREMIS of the year! This is a great event to write about for the critical reports for those doing the “new MA”!
N.B. Casie is asking us to read Joyce’s short story “Eveline” before the meeting in preparation for discussion. Details in the poster.
The event will take place 4:00-6:00pm on Wednesday 27th January in Zoom. Link in the poster. Please join using your first and last name.
We meet on Thursdays, every second week, 15-17, in Zoom (for link to Zoom, see the programme above). Three presentation slots are still available this spring!
The first SPREMI session of the year takes place on 14 January, 15:15-17 on Zoom (link in the abstract above). The speaker is Izabela Czerniak and her talk has the title “Relativisation strategies in English – Output from Penn Parsed Corpora of Historical English”.
15 October 2020 from 1515-1700