The Research Seminar schedule for semester one is taking shape. Students at all levels, and postgrads in particular are warmly invited to attend. See details of the EAC (English) and Critical Mass (American Studies) seminars below.
All seminars take place in room A113 (Samuel Alexander Building) at 5pm, unless otherwise stated:
4th October: [Critical Mass] Howard Winant (California-Santa Barbara), 'The Dark Matter: Towards a New Racial Studies' - in Roscoe Building, Lecture Theatre A.
10th October: [Critical Mass] Constance B. Schultz (South Carolina), 'More than Illustrations: The Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Photographic Archive (1935-1943) and Historical Research Opportunities'
17th October: Benjamin Ware (Manchester), 'Seeing the World Otherwise: Vision, Ethics and Utopia in the Later Wittgenstein'
7th November: Natalie Pollard (Reading), 'Some Versions of Rudeness in Contemporary Poetry'
14th November: Richard Hornsey (UWE), 'The Cybernetic Choreographies of Interwar London'
21st November: JT Welsch (York St. John), title tbc. Followed by evening poetry reading by Michael Farrell and JT Welsch.
28th November: [Critical Mass] Lee Grieveson (UCL), 'The State of Extension'
5th December: Tom Day (UCLAN), 'Insider Dealings in Geoffrey Hill'
12th December: Jeremy Tambling (Manchester), title tbc.