Tuesday 30 October 2012
On Thursday 8th November, Inside Film will be coming to the Department to talk about and show clips from their new film based on Engels' classic text The Condition of the Working Class in England. Writers and performers from the film will be talking to students on the 'Writing Workers/Workers Writing' course. However, there are a few additional places available - please contact Dr Michael Sanders (email@example.com) to reserve a place.
THURSDAY 8th NOVEMBER: ROSCOE 3.3, 2 - 4pm.
For details of the film itself follow the link below:
Monday 29 October 2012
Tuesday 23 October 2012
Monday 22 October 2012
As the society becomes larger, our aim is to use university funding to attract guest speakers, writers and publishers to do workshops and talks. Also, we are looking to organize putting out some form of showcase publications, for anyone who is particularly serious, by building links with The Mancunion and Black & Blue along with various other organizations.
Please follow the link below to THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER CREATIVE WRITING SOCIETY facebook page:
BUT... remember that they are students like you, with essay deadlines to meet and exams to revise for, so DO be considerate and DO remember to pass on positive comments as well as complaints or problems.
Here are the details of the reps for 2012-13:
BA 1st year:
Lindsey Walker - firstname.lastname@example.org
James Broadway - email@example.com
Charlotte Evans - firstname.lastname@example.org
Isobel Cecil - email@example.com
BA 2nd year:
Harriet Hill-Payne - firstname.lastname@example.org
Imogen Burgess - email@example.com
Helen McCarthy - firstname.lastname@example.org
BA 3rd year:
Amelia Thornton - email@example.com
Lily Mund - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellie Hughes - email@example.com
Nathan Jeeawock - firstname.lastname@example.org
Marijn Ceelen - email@example.com
Eleanor Savell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Victoria Fitton - email@example.com
Rena Jackson - firstname.lastname@example.org
David Firth - D.H.Firth@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
And if you have more general queries about student representation, the SSLC meeting, Academic Advising or Peer Mentoring, you are welcome to get in touch with me, at email@example.com
Staff-Student Liaison Officer and Senior Adviser
English Literature, American Studies and Creative Writing
Tuesday 16 October 2012
The next EAC Research Seminar will feature a paper by Dr Ben Ware, a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow in the SALC at Manchester, who will present work in progress from his current book project, prospectively entitled Modernism and the Ethical Turn.
"Seeing the Everyday Otherwise: Vision, Ethics and Utopia in Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations"
Weds 17 October | Samuel Alexander A113 | 5pm
The paper will focus on Part II, section xi of Philosophical Investigations in which Wittgenstein discusses Jastrow's 'duck-rabbit' figure. The two main questions it will explore are the following: First, to what extent can Wittgenstein's interest in seeing - and, more specifically, what he terms 'seeing-as' or 'the "dawning" of an aspect' - be understood as having an ethical point? And second, how might the ethicality of the Investigations be connected with the work's modernist sensibility, especially with its repeated efforts to bring us to see the everyday otherwise?
Dr Daniela Caselli will chair the seminar. Staff and postgraduates from across the School are very welcome indeed; any enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.