Unieście, 1-4 June 2014

prof. Kowalik looking for the Pearl

Łukasz Neubauer: ‘You cannot pass’: Tolkien’s Reinterpretation of Traditional Germanic Heroism and Loyalty in the Bridge Episode in Moria

Michał Leśniewski deconstructing the reconstructed "Silmarillion"

Jan Bukowski recreating the Creation myth (note the hobbit-like waistcoat)

Joanna Szwed-Śliwowska: Aragorn’s Two Bodies, or Political Theology in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Universe

Andrzej Wicher: Tolkien’s Gandalf and Galadriel Seen in the Perspective of Christian Conceptions of Wisdom

Michał Różycki: Our Elves Are Different: Tracing the Reinventions of the Races of Middle-earth in Role Playing Games

Rohan Berry Crickmar: Precious Things: The(Trans)formation of Cinematic Spectacle in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Martyna Gibka: Onomastic Discrepancies Between The Hobbit, or There and Back Again and Its Film Adaptations

Thomas Honegger: Tolkien’s Multiple Middle Ages: Layers of Historical Time in Tolkien’s Literary Works

Kira Shymanska: I Did It My Way: The Quest In Modern Medieval Fantasy

Kamil Karaś: Of Orks, Elves and Alike, or Tolkien’s Bestiary in Terry Pratchett’s Works Reinterpreted

Izabela Dixon: Tyranny of Fear: The Nazgûl - Emissaries of Evil

Bartłomiej Błaszkiewicz: J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fall of Arthur in the Context of the Medieval Tradition