Recent Seminars and Talks

EHRC Work-in-Progress Seminar, HT 2016

8 March 2016

  • Laura Lonsdale, ‘Barbarous or Divine: Modernity and Language in Valle-Inclán’
  • Charlie Louth, 'Reading Rilke'.
  • Discussants: Andrew Kahn and Polly Jones
  • Chair: Carolin Duttlinger.

 

EHRC Work-in-Progress Seminar, MT 2015

26 November 2015

  • Carolin Duttlinger, 'Exercising Concentration: Self-Help Literature in the Weimar Republic'
  • Poll Jones, 'Kukish vkarmane:Aesopianwriting,reading and censorship in late Soviet biography'
  • Discussants: Charlie Louth and Laura Lonsdale
  • Chair: Andrew Kahn. 

 

EHRC CROSS-FACULTY SEMINARS, 2011-12

Gender in Medieval Literature', 16 November 2011

  • Sophie Marnette , ‘Gender and Genre: Reported Discourse in Lais and Fabliaux’
  • Manuele Gragnolati, ‘Maternal Language and Corporeality in Dante’
  • Annette Volfing, ‘Half Out, Half In:  Gender Ambiguity and Pastoral Care in Seuse’s Exemplar’

‘Staging Power in Early Modern Europe’, 29 February 2012

  • Richard Cooper, ‘The Triumphs of Henri II, King of France’
  • Geraldine Hazbun, ‘The Illegitimate Hero in the comedia of Lope de Vega’
  • Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly, ‘Staging Power in late 17th Century Dresden – The Festivals of August the Strong'

EHRC/BLACKWELL'S CLASSIC EUROPEAN FICTION TALKS

Prof. Ritchie Robertson and Dr Ben Morgan,  ‘Thomas Mann, Death in Venice: the novella and the film’, 22 February 2012

EHRC BOOK LAUNCH, 6 March 2012

Nicola Gardini (author of Le parole perdute di Amelia Lynd, Feltrinelli) and Patrick McGuinness (author of The Last Hundred Days, Seren Books) in dialogue with Martin McLaughlin, discussing their recent novels

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