Events in English Literature

A Queer method? Samuel Delany's empiricism and the uses of the literary

A Queer method? Samuel Delany's empiricism and the uses of the literary
Date
20/02/2017
Description
Dr Heather Love (University of Pennsylvania) delivers this Centre for Contemporary Literature and Culture seminar.

The practice of Jane Austen

The practice of Jane Austen
Date
28/02/2017
Description
Professor Freya Johnston (St Anne's College, Oxford) delivers this English Literature research seminar as part of the Long Nineteenth Century research seminar series.

The friction of representation in contemporary visual culture

The friction of representation in contemporary visual culture
Date
13/03/2017
Description
Sean Connelly and Will Amott (University of Birmingham) deliver this Centre for Contemporary Literature and Culture seminar.

Shakespeare Institute open afternoon for prospective students

Shakespeare Institute open afternoon for prospective students
Date
16/03/2017
Description
Open afternoon for prospective students.

Relics and the Insular World, c.600-800

Relics and the Insular World, c.600-800
Date
22/03/2017
Description
Professor Julia Smith (University of Glasgow) delivers the 2017 CeSMA Annual Lecture.

Crossing borders in the insular Middle Ages, c. 900-1500

Crossing borders in the insular Middle Ages, c. 900-1500
Date
03 - 05/04/2017
Description
The second biennial conference in the Crossing Borders in the Insular Middle Ages series, to be held at the University of Birmingham, 3-5 April 2017.

Live public reading of Frank O'Hara's 'Meditations in an Emergency'

Live public reading of Frank O'Hara's 'Meditations in an Emergency'
Date
03/05/2017
Description
Live public reading of Frank O'Hara's Meditations in an Emergency in celebration of its 60th anniversary curated by Dr Rona Cran (University of Birmingham).

Postgraduate study in Shakespeare: an open afternoon at The Other Place

Postgraduate study in Shakespeare: an open afternoon at The Other Place
Date
13/05/2017
Description
An event for prospective postgraduate students interested in developing or advancing careers in creative or academic fields as well as anyone with an interest in Shakespeare.
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