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May 2022
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17:30Getting on Track (How to get started on your MA thesis): The Teacher Trainee Research Roundtable invites upcoming thesis writers to a Q&A session with students who have just completed their thesis, in R423
17:30Robert Eaglestone, Hanna Arendt, Literature, and Democracy
10:00Robert Eaglestone, Aristotle — but not the Poetics! — and literature (reading: Eaglestone, Truth and Wonder: A literary Introduction to Plato and Aristotle, pp. 118–151; contact )
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16:30 The Department of American Studies, SEAS, announces the launching of the Ethnic and Migration Studies Research Group, which holds its first meeting and research topic brainstorming session in R432, on Monday, May 9, at 16:30. In addition to colleagues, we welcome both graduate and undergraduate students entertaining or pursuing research plans in the fields of Ethnic and Migration
10:00Institute Council meeting (minutes)
Meet Tibor Fischer, author of the contemporary classic Under the Frog (1992) and other acclaimed novels. We will discuss his first novel with the author, while our colleague Ákos Farkas, translator of How to Rule the World (2018) will talk about the joys and difficulties of translating the novel, and Tibor Fischer
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Thu 19 May, 15:30a lecture by Krisztina Károly: How to publish an article in English
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20:00applications for BA specializations
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calendar.txt · Last modified: 2022-04-24 by Péter Szigetvári