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The work of Tim Armstrong: modernism, technology, trauma

The work of Tim Armstrong: modernism, technology, trauma

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  • Date 17 Jun 2024
  • Time 2-6pm
  • Category Seminar

The work of Tim Armstrong: modernism, technology, trauma

Queen's Lecture Theatre 169 and online

This event celebrates the career of  Royal Holloway’s Professor Tim Armstrong, a world-leading scholar of modernism and American literature, to mark his retirement, with contributions from leading and emerging figures in the field.

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