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Research Seminars

Our research seminar brings together scholars from across the world to share new and exciting work in the field of American Studies. The schedule for this semester is below.

 

2018-19; Semester 2

 

Oscar Wilde: From Irish Eccentric to Global Icon

Michèle Mendelssohn (Oxford)

Wednesday, 30 January, Lipman 121, 4pm

(Also part of the Institute of Humanities seminar series)

 

Title TBC

Devin Fergus (Missouri and Northumbria)

Tuesday, 26 February, Location TBC, 4.30pm

 

The Politics of Heat: Energy, Health and Networks of Power in New York City, 1918-1968

Rebecca Wright (Northumbria)

Wednesday, 3 April, Lipman 121, 4pm

(Also part of the Institute of Humanities seminar series)

 

 

 

 


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