The seventh edition of the annual Thinking About Mythology in the 21st Century Colloquium, jointly organised by the departments of Celtic and Scottish Studies and Scandinavian Studies in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) at the University of Edinburgh, has been announced.
Led by Emily Lyle, founder of the Traditional Cosmology Society and author of Ten Gods: A New Approach to Defining the Mythological Structures of the Indo-Europeans (extensively reviewed in a recent issue of Cosmos), the colloquium will focus this year on the interrelations between History and Myth, with keynote addresses by Joseph Nagy (Harvard) and Emily Lyle herself.
The event will take place at Room 1.06, 50 George Square, Edinburgh, on 19th–20th October 2019.
The full programme is available here.
Members of the Traditional Cosmology society are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting on Friday 30th at 50 George Square, Room 2.14, Edinburgh, 15:00 – 16:30. E-members who wish to participate remotely should contact the Society beforehand at email@example.com, so that a video-link can be arranged.
Over the past twelve months, a number of departures have left crucial positions within the Committee open. It is a great opportunity for new and
returning Members to become more involved in the running of the Society, and help to make our calendar of events more diverse and accessible to all.
Now more than ever therefore it is important for all our Members to make their presence felt, and offer their views and suggestions on the future of our Society.
Here is the tentative agenda for the meeting:
- Welcome and Apologies
- Minutes from the last AGM
- President’s (Chair’s) Report
- Treasurer’s Report
- Election of the Committee
- Membership Campaign for 2019-20
- Expansion of Commitee
Minutes will be circulated after the meeting for those who could not attend.