‘Ear Pieces: Listening, Diagnosing, Writing’ – Interdisciplinary Conference at the Faculty of English, December 2016

Ear Pieces: Listening, Diagnosing, Writing Faculty of English Cambridge, 16-17 December 2016 Keynote Speakers Carolyn Abbate (Harvard University) Steven Connor (University of Cambridge) Lennard J. Davis (University of Illinois at Chicago) Mara Mills (New York University) Organiser: Edward Allen (University of Cambridge) Call for Papers Ear Pieces is a new interdisciplinary venture, hosted by the […]

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Marc Mierowsky Awarded S Ernest Sprott Fellowship, 2016

Marc Mierowsky is awarded the S Ernest Sprott Fellowship in 17th-Century Literature. It is supported by the University of Melbourne and he will be holding the award at the Faculty of English, Cambridge. The S Ernest Sprott Fellowship is open for award annually to an outstanding scholar, who must be an Australian citizen of no […]

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BBC New Generation Thinker Dr Sarah Dillon at the Proms

Dr Sarah Dillon, BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinker, will feature in two BBC Radio 3 Proms Extra broadcasts this Proms season. On Saturday 5th August she will contribute to a live discussion of H. G. Wells’ speculative fiction along with renowned science fiction writer Stephen Baxter who has been commissioned to write a sequel to The War […]

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Call for Papers: ‘Ear Pieces: Listening, Diagnosing, Writing’, Faculty of English, December 2016

Ear Pieces: Listening, Diagnosing, Writing Faculty of English Cambridge, 16-17 December 2016   Keynote Speakers Carolyn Abbate (Harvard University) Steven Connor (University of Cambridge) Lennard J. Davis (University of Illinois at Chicago) Mara Mills (New York University)   Organiser: Edward Allen (University of Cambridge)   Call for Papers Ear Pieces is a new interdisciplinary venture, […]

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Clare Walker-Gore Discusses George Eliot on Radio 3, 2 August 2016

New Generation Thinker Clare Walker-Gore and novelist Patricia Duncker discuss George Eliot, Eliot’s travels in 19th-century Germany and the music she refers to in her novels and diaries as part of Proms Extra.  The conversation takes place at 17.45 on 2 August 2016 at Imperial College, London, and will be broadcast on Radio 3 that […]

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