The department is looking for a trainee for the period mid-February to mid-May 2023. For more information see the trainee ad on the Department’s Moodle Notice Board and sent to enge-info.
It is once again time for the annual Thesis Festival here at the English Department and the awarding of the H.W Donner Essay Prize. The Festival will take place in Kramer (M220) this Thursday.
The festival is an informal occasion for those, and others, who have or are about to complete their BA or MA thesis to present their hard work in a brief presentation (10-15min) and discuss the ups and downs of thesis writing. The presentation is informal and therefore does not require any Powerpoint presentations or similar and is instead an opportunity for people to present what they found interesting in their thesis work along with possible struggles, challenges and points of interest.
You can freely choose the focus of your presentation. The audience is likely to expect some information about the topic, aim and scope, research question(s), methods, materials and (main) findings of your thesis, including your arguments and conclusions. Along with any other information or findings that you may consider pertinent.
The event will start with the Thesis Festival and is followed by the awarding of the H.W. Donner Essay Prize.
All are welcome to partake in the festival and the refreshments.
Welcome to PREMIS on Wednesday 10 May, 2023, at 4 pm in Helikon (A202, Arken, Tehtaankatu 2).
This days speaker will be Kaarle-Juhani Bertel ‘Nalle’ Valtiala who will be presenting giving a talk on ‘Into the Blue: Anne Grant and James Fenimore Cooper’. A discussion the works of the Scottish writer Anne Grant and the work of James Fenimore Cooper.
All are welcome!
Further information can be found in the abstract.
The seminar can also be attended online at: https://aboakademi.zoom.us/j/6066966700 (Meeting ID: 606 696 6700)