Networking with ARHC projects on “Translating Cultures”

On Friday, 27th March, Dr Henriette Partzsch will represent TTT at a networking event that brings together researchers from the HERA “Cultural Encounters” call and the AHRC’s “Translating Cultures” in Senate House, London.

Marie Nedregotten Sørbø at Norden / The North: Anglo-Nordic Exchanges, 1700-1850

Marie Nedregotten Sørbø will present TTT at the conference Norden/The North: Anglo Nordic Exchanges, 1700-1850 at St. Mary’s University, Strawberry Hill, London (28-29 November 2014), organised in  conjunction with the Nordic Association for Romantic Studies, and with the generous support of the Danish Embassy in London and the Anglo-Swedish Literary Foundation. She will discuss some preliminary results Continue reading

News from the developers

The current version of the database WomenWriters is now closed for data entry because of the switch over to the new Women Writers Enhanced Virtual Environment (WWEVE)! We will keep you informed.

Contemporary writers meet their “foremothers”

What is the meaning of women’s traditions and women’s genealogies today? How do contemporary writers perceive their role in a transcultural society? What is the meaning of periphery and centre?  These are some of the questions which the writers Elsa Korneti (Greece/Germany), Dimitra Xidous (Canada/Ireland) and Gabriela Babnik (Slovenia) will explore in a round table discussion about “Meeting literary foremothers”, chaired by Dr Viola Parente Čapkova from the Finnish group of TTT. The event is part of the Vilenica 29th International Literary Festival and will take place on Friday, 5 September 2014, at 12noon (Ljubljana, Kult3000).

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Dynastic Networks as Vehicles for Cultural Transfer: Sources, Methods and Theoretical Approaches

On Tuesday 15 july 2014, the first international Marrying Cultures workshop will bring together scholars from universities, museums and libraries who work on the material aspects of cultural exchange for an intense exchange of ideas. The format of the conference, with short talks on a single object or relevant consort or collection, is designed to provide ample time for general discussion on methodology and approaches to working on the history of the cultural contribution of dynastic consorts.