Sunday, 16 December 2012
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
This week is the final EAC Research Seminar of the semester. Professor Jeremy Tambling will give a paper entitled 'Hölderlin and Parataxis'. Due to Wednesday also being a day of end-of-term parties, the start time this week is 4pm, and the room is A113.
I'll take this opportunity to apologise for those who suffered from a late room change last week. We moved from A113 to avoid a potential clash, and the sign on the door wasn't clear enough. This week, nothing will unfix us from A113.
Look forward to seeing many of you there and to seeing in the end of this long term.
Thursday, 6 December 2012
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Wednesday, 5 December 2012
A further note to remind you of tonight's research seminar, with our speaker Tom Day from UCLAN. 'Insider Dealings in Geoffrey Hill' is the title: Hill is the current Oxford Professor of Poetry, that significant and perenially controversial post, and is in Manchester tomorrow to give a reading as part of the UoM Literature Live series. 5pm, Samuel Alexander A113: it will be good to see you there!
From 9.30-2 next Wednesday 12 December we will be reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens out loud in aid of the homeless charity Shelter.
It will take place in the Graduate School Common Room, Mansfield Cooper 2.05.
There will be mince pies!
If you want to participate, please email Jerome.email@example.com
You can donate to Shelter here: http://www.justgiving.com/EASXmasCarolOutLoud
Tuesday, 4 December 2012
The EAC Research Seminar is back this Wednesday with a paper from Tom Day (UCLAN) entitled 'Insider Dealings in Geoffrey Hill'. The poet Hill is in Manchester on Thursday to give a reading at the John Rylands, and we have taken the opportunity to complement it with a paper. We will continue for drinks. All are welcome: check @EASSeminar or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.