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Reading Novels in the World workshop

Dr Ross Forman (English and Comparative Literary Studies) is organising a follow-up session to the first "Reading Novels in the World" workshop, which was held at Warwick earlier this year in February. Come join us for Round Two on 14th October (Friday)! Click here for more details.

Thu 29 September 2016, 15:16 | Tags: events projects people

Literary Journalism in Times of Crisis and Transition (1870-1970)

Look out for an upcoming conference organised by G19C Network member Sara Boezio and Giulia Brecciaroli on the role literary journalism played in capturing social changes over a century, from the 1870s to the 1970s. Click here for the CFP. Deadline for abstracts is 7th September 2016.

Fri 12 August 2016, 09:04 | Tags: events people

IAS Visiting Fellow: Professor Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos

Professor Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos from the University of São Paulo will be visiting the University of Warwick as an IAS Visiting Fellow from 16 - 26 May. Click here for the full programme of events.

Thu 12 May 2016, 15:23 | Tags: events projects people

Alternative Victorians and their Predecessors: New Directions in Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Performance Research

Join us on 14th May 2016 for a one-day symposium held in conjunction with the journal Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film. Click here for more details.

Mon 18 April 2016, 22:18 | Tags: events

Out of Bounds: Civility, Censorship and Imperial Law

Hi! I hope everyone is enjoying their Easter break.

We have an upcoming talk by US academic Dr Tanya Agathocleous on 27th April. What better way to kickstart the new term? Click here for more details.

Mon 04 April 2016, 10:07 | Tags: events people

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