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Literature and Visual Cultures Research Seminar, Wednesday 20 March 2013

Posted on 12/03/2013

Literature and Visual Cultures Research Seminar

Led by Dr Kristen Kreider (RHUL), ‘Object, Sign & (Punctuating) Space: An Emergence of the Indexical Symbol through Roni Horn’s Pair Object III: For Two Rooms'

Wednesday 20 March 2013, 6–8 pm (11 Bedford Square WC1B 3RF)

All welcome

Pair Object III: For Two Rooms, Kristen Kreider, drawing (2006) incorporating Roni Horn, floor plan from Things Which Happen Again catalogue, 1991

This new seminar series, run jointly by postgraduate researchers from RHUL and Birkbeck, will provide a regular forum in which to study and discuss the connections between literature and visual cultures.

The series will offer opportunities to debate current interdisciplinary issues and share knowledge, allowing researchers to meet others with similar interests, hear papers on new work being carried out in the field, present their own work, and participate in lively, informal discussions.

A full programme along with reading for this session can be found on the series blog. 

Further sessions

24 April, 5–7 pm, Dr Vike Martina Plock (University of Exeter) on Virginia Woolf and fashion [NB earlier time]

23 May, 6–8 pm, Professor Maggie Humm (University of East London) on the contemporary artist Joanna Rajkowska

26 June, 6–8 pm, Dr Susan Jones (University of Oxford) on modernism and dance

+ Further details available at literatureandvisualcultures.wordpress.com

+ The organisers would like to hear from postgraduate researchers interested in presenting their interdisciplinary work. You can email Sarah and Sophie at literatureandvisualcultures@gmail.com


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