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Poster announcing public lecture with Dr.Rachel Schmidt about Lazarillo de Tormes

Public Lecture with Dr. Rachel Schmidt

Consensus is that Apuleius´s The Golden Ass served as a model for the anonymous Lazarillo de Tormes (1554). Although there are clear parallels between the protagonists of the two works, there are apparently no direct allusions to the interpolated Tale of Cupid and Psyche.  Through examining narratological constructions, rhetorical tropes, and character construction, the talk will show Psyche´s presence in the Spanish picaresque work. It will then contrast her apparent absence in the Lazarillo with the allegorization of the Psyche tale in 16th-century poetry and painting.
Study abroad information Session

Study Abroad Information Session

Information Session regarding our Study Abroad and Exchange programs: Italy (Udine & Ca' Foscari) Spain ( Malaga & Alcala) France (Nice, ORA-Ontarion Rhone-Alpes) Germany (Rostock, OBW-Ontario, Baden-Wurttemberg)
Careers for History Students poster

Careers for History Students Seminar

There is a Future in the Past Join us on October 26 as History Alumni will talk about their career paths and the value of their history degrees. Sara Nixon (B.A.’13/ M.A.’15) Public Historian and Public Programmer at St Catharine’s Museum and Curator of the Grimsby Timescapes Project Melissa Al-Jaishi (Segeren) (MA, MLIS/2012, 2014) Archivist at R. M. Sotheby’s, a high-end car auction company outside of London Brooke Anderson (B.A.’11) Account Supervisor at High Road, helping some of the world’s biggest brands tell better stories

Thursday At Noon Concert Series presents Elinor Frey

Elinor Frey performs J.S. Bach's Suites for unaccompanied cello and newly commissioned works "Ricercar". For more information, visit www.uoguelph.ca/sofam/events
Nigel Lezama talking about Bad Romance (L'amour baudelairien)

Public Lecture with Nigel Lezama about "L'amour baudelairien"

Nigel Lezama est un professeur en études françaises, à l'université Brock, St. Catherines. Ses recherches portent sur le theme du corps et de la mode dans la culture et la littérature du XIXe siècle.

Scottish Studies Roundtable Series: Dr John Savarese

The Centre for Scottish Studies invites members of the public and university communities to join us in welcoming Dr John Savarese from the University of Waterloo.

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