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Galina Sinila’s Lecture on the Modern Belarusian Translation of the Song of Solomon

Galina Sinila’s Lecture on the Modern Belarusian Translation of the Song of Solomon
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October 10
room 348

On October 10, Galina Sinila, the biblical scholar, Hebraist and humanist, will give a lecture on the modern Belarusian translation of the Song of Solomon. The event is part of the international project “Belarus and the Bible”.

Galina Sinila is a Candidate of Philological Sciences, Professor, Department of History of Culture, and Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Literature at Belarusian State University. She gives lectures on the Bible and World Culture.

The meeting starts at 17.00, the manuscripts, rarities and early-printed books hall (3rd floor, room 348).

Seating is limited!
Contact us: (+375 17) 293 27 82.

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