The University of Oxford analyzes Basque language and culture related matters

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2014-03-21

The XVI. Forum for Iberian Studies (20-21 March) closes today at the University of Oxford. For the second time, this forum -supported by the Etxepare Basque Institute- has included Basque culture and language related matters. The program focuses on Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the Iberian Peninsula. Miren Ibarluzea (University of the Basque Country) has analyzed today the translation “habitus” of contemporary Basque writers in a lecture in which Mari Jose Olaziregi  has been the chair, and  Izaro Arroita has lead the section Language use and interaction. Other Basque lectures included Pello Salaburu, Julian Maia, Eneko Zuloaga y Miren Azkarate, of the Univesity of the Basque Country, and Edorta Camino of the Navarre Public University. You may check the program here.

The XVI. Forum for Iberian Studies (20-21 March) closes today at the University of Oxford. For the second time, this forum -supported by the Etxepare Basque Institute- has included Basque culture and language related matters. The program focuses on Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the Iberian Peninsula. Miren Ibarluzea (University of the Basque Country) has analyzed today the translation “habitus” of contemporary Basque writers in a lecture in which Mari Jose Olaziregi  has been the chair, and  Izaro Arroita has lead the section Language use and interaction. Other Basque lectures included Pello Salaburu, Julian Maia, Eneko Zuloaga y Miren Azkarate, of the Univesity of the Basque Country, and Edorta Camino of the Navarre Public University. You may check the program here.


Photos: Miren Ibarluzea and Miren Azkarate giving their lectures

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