Language and Nature

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We are delighted to announce the forthcoming seminar session within the Language and Nature Sadler Seminar Series. This examines Language and Nature in terms of form and sensory experience, with presentations by: 1.       Dr Maria das Dores de Oliveira – Pankararu, Fundação Nacional do Índio 2.       Simon Armitage – Professor of Poetry, University of Leeds 3.      …
You are warmly invited to the first event of “Language and Nature” seminar series in the second semester, themed Temporality, space, colour and quantification. In this session Rosaleen Howard from Newcastle University and Eva Shultze-Berndt from University of Manchester will talk about “Language, nature, time & temporality: expression of time and points of time; changing…
You are warmly invited to the fourth session of “Language and Nature” seminar series of this semester. In this session, Jon Lovett from University of Leeds and Julia Touza-Montero from University of York will talk about “Natural resource management”. Jon Lovett, School of Geography, University of Leeds: Giving Spirits and Controlling Ancestors This talk explores…
This is part of the Sadler seminar series Speakers: Charles Pigott, Cambridge; Rebecca Jarman, Alice Deignan Charles M. Pigott Ecological Visions in Mayan and Quechua Literature This talk explores a cultural phenomenon that is taking place across Latin America: the rebirth of indigenous literature. After centuries of decline, the ancient literatures of the Mayas and…
A Language and Nature seminar – speaker Erik Anonby from Carleton, Canada All welcome
Language and Nature_biodiversity_Nelson This is part of the Sadler seminar series Speakers: Janet Watson, Leeds; Diane Nelson Language_and_Nature2
The workshop will examine the effect of people movement in all its forms on endangered languages. The first half of the workshop will take place at the Leeds Humanities Research Institute, from 9am to 1.30pm, with lunch from 12.30-1.30 @ the LHRI. The second half of the workshop will take place from 1.30pm to 5pm…