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Friday 10th January 2014

Upcoming readings by Andrew Motion this spring

Upcoming readings by Andrew Motion this spring
Description
Andrew Motion, director of MA Creative writing at Royal Holloway will be giving a number of readings in spring 2014
Date:
10/01/2014

Kiernan Ryan will be giving a lecture for the Hull Literary and Philosophical Society in February 2014

Kiernan Ryan will be giving a lecture for the Hull Literary and Philosophical Society in February 2014
Description
Professor Ryan has been invited to deliver a lecture on the revolutionary universalism of Shakespeare for the Hull Literary and Philosophical Society in February.
Date:
10/01/2014

Judith Hawley presents papers to mark the tercentenary of the birth of the innovative novelist, Laurence Sterne

Judith Hawley presents papers to mark the tercentenary of the birth of the innovative novelist, Laurence Sterne
Description
This Autumn Judith Hawley presented papers at events hosted at Sussex University and Kings College London as well as an invited lecture held to accompany an Exhibition concerning The Good Humour Club at Shandy Hall, Coxwold.
Date:
10/01/2014

Elaine McGirr will be giving the pre-performance lecture for the next instalment of The Globe's Read Not Dead series

Elaine McGirr will be giving the pre-performance lecture for the next instalment of The Globe's Read Not Dead series
Description
On January 19th, Elaine McGirr will be giving the pre-performance lecture for the next instalment of The Globe's Read Not Dead series, for Fatal Secret, Lewis Theobald's eighteenth century adaptation of The Duchess of Malfi.
Date:
10/01/2014
Tuesday 7th January 2014

New publication: Andrew Gibson's `Thinking Forward, Turning Back: Joyce's Writings 1898-1903'

New publication: Andrew Gibson's `Thinking Forward, Turning Back: Joyce's Writings 1898-1903'
Description
Andrew Gibson's `Thinking Forward, Turning Back: Joyce's Writings 1898-1903' has just appeared in John Nash (ed.), James Joyce and the NIneteenth Century (Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 61-76.
Date:
07/01/2014
Sunday 5th January 2014

New publication from Dr Kristen Kreider, 'Poetics & Place: The Architecture of Sign, Subjects and Site'

New publication from Dr Kristen Kreider, 'Poetics & Place: The Architecture of Sign, Subjects and Site'
Description
How do artworks 'speak', and how do we 'listen' and respond? These questions underlie the investigation here of Roni Horn's Pair Object III: For Two Rooms, Emily Dickinson's later manuscripts, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Passages Paysages, Fiona Templeton's Cells of Release and Jenny Holzer's Lustmord.
Date:
05/01/2014

Call for Papers: Shakespeare and Bollywood 27 June, 2014 at Royal Holloway

Call for Papers: Shakespeare and Bollywood 27 June, 2014 at Royal Holloway
Description
This one-day conference seeks to gather graduate and early career researchers and practitioners together to discuss the relationship between Shakespeare and Hindi Cinema/Bollywood and to establish the state of current scholarship in the fascinating, under-examined field.
Date:
05/01/2014
Wednesday 11th December 2013

Practice-based PhD Seminar on 11th December from 5.00-7.00pm

Practice-based PhD Seminar on 11th December from 5.00-7.00pm
Description
Presentations from Nisha Ramayya and Zoi Dachri at the Practice-based PhD Seminar on the 11th December from 5.00pm-7.00pm at The Centre for Creative Collaboration
Date:
11/12/2013
Friday 6th December 2013

New Funding for Research Students: AHRC- TECHNE studentships from 2014. Deadline 19 February 2014

New Funding for Research Students: AHRC- TECHNE studentships from 2014. Deadline 19 February 2014
Description
Royal Holloway is the lead member of the TECHNE London and South-East Doctoral Research Consortium, which will offer doctoral and masters awards for those commencing study in September 2014
Date:
06/12/2013
Monday 18th November 2013

London's neglected captured in new book at Lunchtime Reading

London's neglected captured in new book at Lunchtime Reading
Description
The second instalment of the Lunchtime Reading series at Royal Holloway sees young writer Iphgenia Baal tell the stories of freaks and outsiders and their battle against respectable society, in Gentle Art.
Date:
18/11/2013
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