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Research Seminar

Institute of the Humanities

 

Research Seminar

Semester 1, 2019-20

All seminars take place in Lipman 121 on Wednesdays at 4pm unless otherwise stated.

 

29 January 2020

Michael Green & Tony Williams (Northumbria)

New Writing, New Readings

 

5 February 2020

Jennifer Aston (Northumbria)

‘For better, for worse’: Gender, Marital Discord and the Law, 1857-1923

 

12 February 2020

Deirdre Wilson (UCL & Oslo)

Explaining Metonymy

 

19 February 2020

Lucy Noakes (Essex)

Celia Johnson's Grief: Mourning and Remembrance in post-Second World War Britain

 

26 February 2020

Karen Corrigan (Newcastle)

Turning American and Sounding Irish: Narratives of Linguistic Identity Old and New

 

11 March 2020

Heather Ann Thompson (Michigan & Cambridge)

The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Why it Still Matters

NB this seminar will take place in Lipman 303

 

17 March 2020

Charlotte Alston (Northumbria)

Inaugural lecture. Details to follow.

 

23 March 2020

Nick Sousanis (San Francisco State)

Unflattening: Thinking in Comics and Reimagining Scholarship

Lipman 116

N.B. this seminar will takes place on a Monday.

 

25 March 2020

Heather Jones (UCL)

Prisoners of War and Humanitarianism in the First World War - A Local, National and International History

N.B. this seminar will take place in CCE1 Lecture Theatre 002 at 6.30 pm

 

22 April 2020

Elizabeth Eva Leach (Oxford)

Making Prose Sing in a Strange Book of Beasts

 

29 April 2020

Lucy Delap (Cambridge)

Feminist Media as Business Praxis: Spare Rib Magazine

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