Termcard - Trinity term 1999
Oxford Hungarian Society
Week 1: Wednesday 28 April, Seminar Room, Harris Building, Oriel College, 8.15 p.m.
István Orosz: Locus Genii: From Samizdat to the Internet
István Orosz is an essayist and lecturer at Budapest University, whose new
volume A szellem helye, about the genius loci of politics in today's
Hungary, is about to be published.
Week 2: Wednesday 5 May, Old Taberdar Room, Queen's College, 6 p.m.
András Villányi: Ariel and the Connoisseur
András Villányi is a poet who is studying Japanese literature at Oxford.
He will read (in Hungarian) his own verses and translations from Japanese.
Sherry will be served (or saki if we can get it!).
Week 3: Tuesday 11 May, Seminar Room, Harris Building, Oriel College 8.15 p.m.
Kinga Williams: Coming in to Land: The Psychology of Emigration
Dr Williams is a clinical psychologist and teaches abnormal psychology at Oxford.
Week 4: Thursday 20 May, Lecture Theatre, Harris Building, Oriel College 8.15 p.m.
Marina Vicelja: Rijeka (Fiume) Past, Present and Future
Dr Vicelja, currently on a research trip to this country, is an art historian from Rijeka, for long Hungary's port on the Adriatic. She will illustrate her talk with slides and perhaps also a video.
Week 5: Friday 28 May, 8.15 p.m., Lecture Theatre, Harris Building, Oriel College, 8.15 p.m.
A recent Hungarian film, with English subtitles. By courtesy of the Hungarian Cultural Centre, London.
Week 6: Thursday 3 June, Lecture Theatre, Harris Building, Oriel College, 8.15 p.m.
Bernard Adams: The Road to Civilisation
Bernard Adams, a freelance translator of Hungarian literature, talks about his work and reads from it. As this will be the last session of the academic year, we shall conclude the evening with drinks.
For more information contact Kati Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 01865 86.32.53.