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24th October 2017: Augsburg conference this weekend
Just a reminder for those who have not yet made up their minds, that the Tolkien Conference in Augsburg is this weekend (starting on Friday at 1:30pm and finishing on Sunday around noon). Participation is free of charge.
Click on event poster or here for more information.
(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=140 )
8th October 2017: Book presentations in Augsburg
Out two recent publications will be presented at the upcoming Tolkien Conference in Augsburg.
Augsburg Conference (27th to 29 October 2017)
As usual, we will also be present with our sales table offering you an opportunity to catch up on our earlier books. If you are seeking any particular publication, please let us know beforehand to avoid disappointment.
(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=139 )
8th October 2017: Binding Them All is published
We are pleased to announce our latest publication Binding them all: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on JRR Tolkien and His Works, edited by Monika Kirner-Ludwig, Stephan Köser and Sebastian Streitberger.
This volume "binds" a collection of selected papers that emerged from the J.R.R. Tolkien-lecture-series initiated at the University of Augsburg in 2014. Each of the papers is representative of the editors' interest in the interdisciplinary potentials of Tolkien's works and the joint venture to make his legacy visible and accessible from the viewpoint of numerous academic disciplines. Our contributors are experts as well as junior scholars from the fields of Literature and Linguistics, Geography, History, as well as Communications and Cultural Studies.
(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=138 )
30th September 2017: JRR Tolkien - Romanticist and Poet is published
Our new monograph, JRR Tolkien - Romanticist and Poet by Julian Eilmann is now available.
Sleeps a song in things abounding
Joseph v. Eichendorff's (1788–1857) famous poem "Wünschelrute" expresses what lies at the heart of the romantic weltanschauung: a transcendent secret surrounds us and can be roused by romantic individuals with the help of poetry and art. As a consequence of this romantic perspective the world regains its fundamental magical quality. Although dating back to the first half of the 19th century, the romantic weltanschauung underlies the life and work of many representatives of later periods, J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973) amongst them. [read more]
(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=137 )
21st September 2017: The Hobbit, 80th anniversary
Today marks the 80th anniversary of the first publication of The Hobbit.
10th September 2017: Tolkien Conference 2017
The 2017 Tolkien Conference will be held at Augsburg University (Germany) from 27th to 29th October 2017.
Guest speakers include John Garth and Gergely Nagy.
(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/conference/?year=2017 )
10th September 2017: Laughter in Middle-earth reviewed in Lembas
The review (in Dutch) can be read here (pdf).
(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=134 )
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