Public lecture by Professor Graeme Gooday, asking why scientists began to write autobiographies in the early twentieth century.
The Moveable Feast is a new programme of cross-disciplinary lunchtime talks organised by the LHRI in association with the Cultural Institute.
The Moveable Feast is a new programme of cross-disciplinary lunchtime talks organized by the LHRI in association with the Culture Institute. Starts at 1:00 pm.
Dr Ildiko Csengei (University of Huddersfield), ‘Waterloo and the Emotions of War in Byron’s Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage’. Starts at 5:30 pm.
Surrealism and the French Stage Harold Pinters Drama My key areas of interest include the career of Harold Pinter, the theatricality of Samuel Beckett and aspects of twentieth-century French theatre
Bethany joined the University to study English Language and Literature, but after taking a Discovery Module in Portuguese she decided to change her degree to Joint Honours BA English and Portuguese.