Arts & Humanities

Arts & Humanities

Book Talk: Andrea Pető on “The Forgotten Massacre”

In our first book talk, Prof. Andrea Pető discusses her research on a formerly unknown and “invisible” massacre in Budapest 1944, and the battle for remembrance after World War II.

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Why We Need to Address Linguistic Diversity at the Modern Olympic Games

Not only are multilingual services vital for the smooth running of the Olympics – they are now a requisite for public health. That’s why, in time of crisis, Tokyo ramped up its linguistic infrastructure.

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Thesaurus Linguae Latinae: How the World’s Largest Latin Lexicon is brought to Life

As the world’s largest and most comprehensive Latin dictionary gets a digital makeover, lexicographer Adam Gitner tells us what it’s like to work on a monumental project that generations of scholars have contributed to – but is still a work in progress after 125 years.

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Queer Wizards and the Magic of Neurodiversity

Transgressive, liberated, powerful – wizard characters offer spaces of hope and transformation for young queer and neurodivergent readers.

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