FMLS colloquium – Love Today: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Research Colloquium

FORUM FOR MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES

Love Today: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Monday 16 December 2013 3–7 pm
School III, United College, University of St Andrews

3.00 welcome (Professor Lorna Milne, General Editor of Forum for Modern Language Studies)

3.15 Professor Eva Illouz, Hebrew University, Jerusalem (Sociology), ‘What “love” do modern people mean when they speak about love?’

4.15 Professor Simon May, King’s College, London (Philosophy), ‘What can Biblical narratives teach us about the nature of love?’

5.15 tea break

5.45 Professor Lynne Pearce, Lancaster University (English), ‘Love’s memory: the role of memory and dream-work in the production and sustenance of Agapic love’

6.45 closing remarks (Dr Michael Gratzke, Love Research Network)

Guests and colleagues may attend any of the papers without charge or the need to register.

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