Trudi Tate and Literature Cambridge Present The Literary Kitchen, in Partnership with the Cambridge Cookery School

Trudi Tate and Literature Cambridge present The Literary Kitchen, in partnership with the Cambridge Cookery School. On Saturday 19 November, we have a unique class on Proust and the Madeleine: a talk and reading by distinguished scholar Susan Sellers, followed by a hands-on cooking class making madeleines. http://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/literary-kitchen/ http://www.cambridgecookeryschool.com/classes/category/the-literary-kitchen

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Colloquium Announcement – Matter at the Crossroads: Literature and Natural Philosophy in Early Modern England, November 2016

MATTER AT THE CROSSROADS: LITERATURE AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge 25 November 2016 Speakers include Stephen Clucas (Birkbeck), Katherine Hunt (University of Oxford), Claire Preston (QMUL), Scott Mandelbrote (University of Cambridge), Jonathan Sawday (SLU), and Helen Smith (University of York).  Please note the deadline for registration is Tuesday […]

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Web Site Downtime – Saturday 29 Oct 2016

The English Faculty web server will be updated on Saturday 29 October between 11am and 1pm. During this time, people may be unable to access the site intermittently. Based on testing, I don’t actually expect the downtime to be more than a few blips here and there for about an hour, but I’d rather be […]

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Reading J.H. Prynne

A display of the work of J.H. Prynne is available to view on the first floor of the Faculty, with additional materials in the Faculty Library. Reading J.H. Prynne celebrates the poet’s role from the beginnings of the British Poetry Revival, as well as his influential part in the pedagogy of this university and the […]

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Dr James Riley Invited to Speak at the British Museum, 16 October 2016

James Riley speaks at the British Museum on Sunday 16 October as part of their special Otherworldly event. Along with Iain Sinclair, Gary Lachman and others, James uses objects in the Museum’s collection to “explore themes of cultural rituals, earth mysteries, psychogeography and folklore”. http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/events_calendar/event_detail.aspx?eventId=3173&title=Otherworldly: a special event for Halloween&eventType=Special event

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