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ESC#40: The Great War: History, Art, Memory
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ESC#40: The Great War: History, Art, Memory

Date: 4-7 and 12 July, 2016
Venue:
School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon
Organization:
ULICES

 

Duration: 30h contact hours Credits: 1 ECTS 

Schedule: 10 am - 1 pm & 2 pm - 5 pm | room 2.10

Abstract: Our view of the Great War is the product of eyewitness accounts, historical documents and memorabilia as well as the multiple discourses which have continued to re-assess an event that determined the XXth century. This Course thus reflects upon both the impact of the war on everyday lives, that of women in particular, and its expressions in literature, art and thought.

Lecturers: Luísa Maria Flora (FLUL/ULICES), Mário Vítor Bastos (FLUL/ULICES), Michaela Schwarz Henriques (ULICES)

Scientific Coordination: ULICES Board of Directors (Teresa Cid, Alcinda Pinheiro de Sousa e Alexandra Assis Rosa)

Fees: 80€ regular fee | 30€ students | 45€ faculty and staff

Bionotes:

Luísa Maria Flora is Associate Professor at the Department of English Studies, University of Lisbon, and a researcher at ULICES. Preferred areas of research and lecturing are: English literature (short and long fictional narratives) and culture; identity studies (gender studies; literatures and cultures in English); comparative literature. Recent publications include essays on literary representations of war and suffering in the 20th and 21st centuries. | Mário Vítor Bastos is Assistant Professor at the Department of English Studies of the School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon. He has published work in the areas of Anglo-American and Portuguese Modernism, the Renaissance, Inter-Arts Studies and Comparative Literature. Some of his more recent critical texts focus on Shakespeare’s work and Great War literature. | Michaela Schwarz–S. G. Henriques, Ph.D., researcher at ULICES. Research areas: English Culture-19th and 20th centuries; women’s movement; peace movements. In 2015, she concluded her Ph.D. thesis on the philosophy and peace efforts of the feminist Dora Russell (20th century).

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