Symposium – Reading the Present through the Past

Present through the past

Reading the Present through the Past Forms and Trajectories of Neo-Historical Fiction Date: 4 March 2016 Venue: University of Amsterdam. University Library, Belle van Zuylenzaal, Singel 425, Amsterdam Open to: RMa students and PhD Candidates who are a member of a Dutch Graduate Research School (onderzoekschool), and others that are interested Credits: 1 ECTS (for…  Read more →

CfP – Worlding the Brain: Patterns, Rhythms and Narratives in Neuroscience and the Humanities (Amsterdam, March 17-19)

Worlding the Brain

The ‘worlding’ of the brain occurs when we place the brain in worldly contexts, study its interaction with various environments and reflect upon its entanglements with cultural practices and processes. It is the aim of this conference to bring together scholars from different backgrounds in an interdisciplinary setting that stimulates a productive exchange of different views of the mutual influence of the extra-cerebral world on the brain and the brain on the world.
Confirmed keynote speakers: Prof. N. Katherine Hayles (Duke University); Prof. Jean Pierre Changeux (Collège de France, Institut Pasteur); Prof. Andreas Roepstorff (Aarhus University)

OSL General Meeting and Research Day

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January 12, 2016; 14:30 – open end. University of Amsterdam.

We cordially invite all our postgraduate members (PhD-candidates, post-docs and staff members) to the first OSL General Meeting and Matchmaking Event on January 12, 2016. The goal of this event is twofold: On the one hand, it is intended as a forum for the discussion and exchange of feedback on upcoming funding applications by OSL members; on the other hand, it is designed to stimulate future collaborations and a culture of synergy and mutual support by literary scholars in times of shrinking resources and fierce competition.

Book announcement – Cahier voor literatuurwetenschap ‘Grote gevoelens in de literatuur’

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Zopas verscheen het zevende Cahier voor Literatuurwetenschap, dat de neerslag is van een van de onderzoeksdagen die de Vlaamse Vereniging voor Algemene en Vergelijkende Literatuurwetenschap (VAL) jaarlijks organiseert. Het cahier heeft als thema “Grote gevoelens in de literatuur” en vormt de eerste wetenschappelijke studie in het Nederlandse taalgebied die de emotional turn binnen de cultuurwetenschappen behandelt vanuit het oogpunt van historische én moderne literatuurwetenschap.

CfP – International Conference on Narrative, Amsterdam (June 16-18, 2016)

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The International Conference on Narrative is an interdisciplinary forum addressing all dimensions of narrative theory and practice. The organisers welcome proposals for papers and panels on all aspects of narrative in any genre, period, discipline, language, and medium. Deadline for proposals; January 15, 2016. (OSL members get a fee reduction of 10%) CfP &nbsp

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