Professor Miller (Emerson College, USA) will deliver the keynote talk for the 'Current Thinking on the Western II' symposium.
Dr Fozia Bora, Lecturer in Middle Eastern History and Islamic History, has won the Staunton Prize for her article 'Did Salah-al-Din destroy the Fatimid’s Books?’
The University of Leeds will be hosting a BACS Literature Group Symposium this September on critical pedagogies in the context of teaching Canadian literature.
The Moveable Feast is a new programme of cross-disciplinary lunchtime talks organised by the LHRI in association with the Culture Institute. Starts at 1:00 pm.
Professor Anne-Marie Paquet-Deyris (University of Paris Ouest, France) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'. Starts at 4:00 pm.
James Shelley (Auburn) will be talking at the Aesthetics/Ethics Research seminar on 'Aesthetics and the Imperceptible'. All welcome. Starts at 3:30 pm.
Postcolonial Literature (module convenor) Poetry: Reading and Interpretation Memorialising Slavery Disposable Lives? Critical and Cultural Theory MA Coordinator.
My thesis examines the poetry and archives of Geoffrey Hill, Tony Harrison, and Jon Silkin, and considers their response to WW2 and the Holocaust.