Posted on 14/10/2011
Academics discuss the reception of Tennyson in Europe
An academic from Royal Holloway, University of London is joining leading academics from across the world on Saturday for a colloquium on the reception of Alfred Lord Tennyson in Europe.
Dr Giuliana Pieri, from the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Royal Holloway, will discuss the reception of Tennyson in Italy at the event, which is part of a series on the reception of British and Irish authors in Europe. Dr Pieri’s research interests are in Anglo-Italian cultural and artistic relations.
The colloquium is the first formal meeting of the project on the reception of Tennyson in Europe, which will come out as volume published by Continuum.
Former volumes include seminal studies on the reception of Walter Pater, Lord George Byron, James Joyce and Laurence Sterne in Europe.
The colloquium, which is open to members of the public, will be held in English Department Seminar Room (S2.39) in the Strand Building of King's College London on Saturday, 15 October, from 9.30am – 4.30pm.