Category Archives: PREMIS

PREMIS 28 September: Chris Schimkowsky

Welcome to the first PREMIS seminar of the new academic year!

On 28 September 2022 (16:00-18:00), Dr Christoph Schimkowsky will present his work on ‘The Visual Communication of ‘Correct’ Passenger Conduct: Design Challenges of Transit Etiquette Poster Campaigns by Urban Railway Providers in Tokyo

Details are in the attachment. The seminar will take place in Helikon (A202) (Arken, Tehtaankatu 2)

PREMIS is the literary and cultural research seminar of English Language and Literature at Åbo Akademi University.

All are welcome!

PREMIS 27.1.2021: Professor Casie Hermansson on Adapting Books for Film: Joyce’s “Eveline”

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. 

PREMIS 8 May: Aino Haataja

You are warmly welcome to join us for the last PREMIS session of this spring on 8 May, 16-18 in Panorama, Arken, when doctoral student Aino Haataja will be sharing about her research on the Anglo-Irish author Maria Edgeworth (Jane Austen’s rival!) and the concept of worldliness in her writing, as well as in the writing of some of her contemporaries. In a second part of the seminar, Aino will present an analysis of worldliness and sociability in Edgeworth’s work Ormond (1817), set in the context of research on Romantic-period sociability and a Habermasian public sphere more generally. A poster for the event can be viewed here.

NB. For the purpose of fuelling conversation in the seminar, Aino is kindly asking you to read chapters 14 and 15 of Ormond online (The Literature Network), if schedules allow: