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'Historicity and the Disembodied Voice: Aspects of Joyce and Foucault' by Professor Andrew Gibson

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Professor Andrew Gibson's keynote 'Historicity and the Disembodied Voice: Aspects of Joyce and Foucault' is to be published in a collection of proceedings later this year.
Date:
16/04/2015

The London Victorian Studies Colloquium 2015

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The London Victorian Studies Colloquium, now in its third year, is a weekend residential colloquium at Royal Holloway for postgraduates, postdocs and accompanying staff members working in Victorian Studies. The Colloquium takes place from 10-12 April 2015.
Date:
09/04/2015
Literature and Visual Cultures presents 'Twenty-six things at once': Pragmatic perspectives on Frank O'Hara and Norman Bluhm's Poem-Paintings

Literature and Visual Cultures presents 'Twenty-six things at once': Pragmatic perspectives on Frank O'Hara and Norman Bluhm's Poem-Paintings

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In the penultimate seminar presented by research group Literature and Visual Cultures, Dr Catherine Gander will discuss "'Twenty-six things at once': Pragmatic perspectives on Frank O'Hara and Norman Bluhm's Poem-Paintings". The seminar takes place on April 9, from 6-8pm at Senate House, room 261.
Date:
08/04/2015

 

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