Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Significance of Trees in Japanese Culture, Religion, and Folklore

Myth Reading Group Thursday 7 June 12.00-1.30pm in Room 4.204 Amelia Starling (Senior Editor for Folklore Thursday) We are delighted to welcome Amelia Starling (Senior Editor for Folklore Thursday) to the Centre for Myth Studies. Amelia continues our discussion of … Continue reading

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Civilised garden or fantastical wilderness?: the ‘Garden Room’ in the Villa of Livia in Rome

Myth Reading Group Thursday 31 May 12.00-1.30pm in Room 4.204 Abigail Walker (King’s College, London) We are delighted to welcome Abigail Walker (Department of Classics, King’s College London) to the Centre for Myth Studies. Abigail will continue our discussion of … Continue reading

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‘The Battle of the Trees’: from medieval Welsh legend to modern fantasy

Video Conference Myth Reading Group Thursday 24 May 12.00-1.30pm in Room EBS.1.1 Dr Dimitra Fimi (Cardiff Metropolitan University) We are delighted to welcome Dr Dimitra Fimi to the Centre for Myth Studies for a Video Conference session of the Myth … Continue reading

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‘No roses, white nor red, Glow here’: the motif of the garden in the poetry of A. Swinburne & D. Greenwell

Myth Reading Group Thursday 17 May 12.00-1.30pm in Room 4.204 We are very pleased to announce that Cristina Salcedo González (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) continues our Summer term discussion of Trees & Forests with a session on the motif of … Continue reading

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