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Found in Translation: Conference Report

Ilya Sverdlov reports on Greene's Institute's first conference in October 2019: Found in Translation. read full post

Found in Translation: Conference Report

Ilya Sverdlov reports on Greene's Institute's first conference in October 2019: Found in Translation. read full post

Remembering Edward Greene: Faith in Translation

On Friday 15th November, Greene’s Institute was proud to host Professor DonaldMeek, who presented the first annual Edward Greene Memorial Lecture, underthe title Faith in Translation: The Story of the Gaelic Bibles of Ireland andScotland. read full post

Remembering Edward Greene: Faith in Translation

On Friday 15th November, Greene’s Institute was proud to host Professor DonaldMeek, who presented the first annual Edward Greene Memorial Lecture, underthe title Faith in Translation: The Story of the Gaelic Bibles of Ireland andScotland. read full post

Edward Greene Memorial Lecture

In this lecture, held in honour of Edward Greene on 15th November 2019, Professor Donald Meek will describe the fascinating process of Gaelic Bible translation in Scotland and Ireland. read full post

Edward Greene Memorial Lecture

In this lecture, held in honour of Edward Greene on 15th November 2019, Professor Donald Meek will describe the fascinating process of Gaelic Bible translation in Scotland and Ireland. read full post

Conference Programme Announced

The exciting programme for our inaugural conference has now been confirmed and can be viewed here. read full post

Conference Programme Announced

The exciting programme for our inaugural conference has now been confirmed and can be viewed here. read full post

Special Event: Letting go of the Letters (Professor Henrike Lähnemann)

Alongside our conference on 19th October, Greene's Institute will be hosting our first public event: a special interactive keynote with Professor Henrike Lähnemann (University of Oxford). This event promises to be a fantastic exploration of one of the most important acts of translation in European history. All are welcome. read full post

Special Event: Letting go of the Letters (Professor Henrike Lähnemann)

Alongside our conference on 19th October, Greene's Institute will be hosting our first public event: a special interactive keynote with Professor Henrike Lähnemann (University of Oxford). This event promises to be a fantastic exploration of one of the most important acts of translation in European history. All are welcome. read full post

Found in Translation: Call for Papers

We are delighted to announce the first conference in a series on our theme of Found in Translation read full post

Found in Translation: Call for Papers

We are delighted to announce the first conference in a series on our theme of Found in Translation read full post

Thanks4Typing

Greene’s Institute is delighted to announce that our Deputy Director, Dr. Juliana Dresvina has received a contract with the prestigious publisher, Bloomsbury, to edit a volume of proceedings from a conference that she ran with TORCH, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, in March. https://thanks4typing.wordpress.com. The conference was a great success, exploring an important and wide-ranging topic in gender history and the history of the academy. Congratulations, Julie! read full post

Thanks4Typing

Greene’s Institute is delighted to announce that our Deputy Director, Dr. Juliana Dresvina has received a contract with the prestigious publisher, Bloomsbury, to edit a volume of proceedings from a conference that she ran with TORCH, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, in March. https://thanks4typing.wordpress.com. The conference was a great success, exploring an important and wide-ranging topic in gender history and the history of the academy. Congratulations, Julie! read full post

Diatoms galore

Greene’s Institute is delighted to announce that our Fellow in Geoscience, Dr. Alexander Mitlehner, has recently published a paper in the open access periodical, Journal of Macropalaeontology. Dr Mitlehner’s paper is entitled ‘Species of the diatom taxa Aulacodiscus and Trinacria with biostratigraphic utility in Palaeogene and Neogene North Sea sediments’, and can be read free of charge at: https://www.j-micropalaeontol.net/38/67/2019/. Dr Mitlehner’s paper is a significant contribution to an important field, showing how the remains of ancient microscopic algae leave behind information about the development of our planet’s climate in ages past, offering critical insights into how the climate will change in the future. Congratulations, Alex! read full post

Diatoms galore

Greene’s Institute is delighted to announce that our Fellow in Geoscience, Dr. Alexander Mitlehner, has recently published a paper in the open access periodical, Journal of Macropalaeontology. Dr Mitlehner’s paper is entitled ‘Species of the diatom taxa Aulacodiscus and Trinacria with biostratigraphic utility in Palaeogene and Neogene North Sea sediments’, and can be read free of charge at: https://www.j-micropalaeontol.net/38/67/2019/. Dr Mitlehner’s paper is a significant contribution to an important field, showing how the remains of ancient microscopic algae leave behind information about the development of our planet’s climate in ages past, offering critical insights into how the climate will change in the future. Congratulations, Alex! read full post