Monday 28 January 2013

EAC Research Seminars

EAC Research Seminars Spring 2013
All seminars are in A113 (Samuel Alexander Building) at 5 o’clock

Wednesday 30th January
Dr Teresa Prudente
‘Woolf, Joyce and Lucretius’ Poetics of the Void’

Wednesday 6th February – Stachniewski Lecture
Dr Roger Holdsworth
'Rattigan's Backward Boys: Sex, Place and Class in The Browning Version'

Wednesday 13th February [CRITICAL MASS]
Dr Andrew Fearnley, Edge Hill University (Critical MASS)
‘Profits for Panthers: The Black Panther Party’s Publishing Strategies and the Financial Underpinnings of Activism, 1968-1975’ 

Wednesday 20th February [CRITICAL MASS]
Dr Paul Crosthwaite, University of Edinburgh (Critical MASS and English and American Studies Research Seminar) 
'Gothic Wall Street: The Spectral Economies of New York Finance’

Wednesday 27th February
Prof Jonathan Lamb, Vanderbilt University
‘Scorbutic Nostalgia and the Trials of Imagination’  

Wednesday 6th March
Dr John Nash, Durham
‘“Talk, talk, talk”: Virginia Woolf and Ireland’  

Wednesday 20th March [CRITICAL MASS]
Prof. Simon Gikandi (John Edward Taylor Visiting Fellow), Princeton 
‘Race and the Problem of Modern Time’

Wednesday 17th April
Dr Ruth Ahnert, Queen Mary
‘Network analysis and the archives: Protestant letter networks in the reign of Mary I’

Wednesday 24th April – Brook Lecture
Prof. Helen Fulton, University of York

Wednesday 1st May
Dr Santanu Das, Kings College London
‘India, Empire and the First World War: Objects, Images, Words’

Wednesday 8th May
American Studies Postgraduate Mini-Conference  

All staff and students (undergrad and postgrad) are welcome!

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