Michael J Sullivan publishes in ‘Essays in Criticism’

Michael J Sullivan, PhD candidate and former Harvard Visiting Fellow, publishes in Essays in Criticism:  http://eic.oxfordjournals.org/content/66/4/431.full.pdf+html The article, entitled ‘Tennyson and The Golden Treasury’, examines Tennyson’s involvement in the most significant anthology of the nineteenth century.

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Dr Joe Moshenska and Dr Edward Wilson-Lee in Conversation, 29 October 2016

Join a conversation with authors Joe Moshenska and Edward Wilson-Lee, whose recently published books – Moshenska’s A Stain in the Blood and Wilson-Lee’s Shakespeare in Swahililand – are centrally concerned with the relationship between the voyages we make and the reading that accompanies us.  Saturday 29 October: 2:30-4pm Sidney Sussex College, Sidney Street, CB2 3HU.  […]

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Dr Jennifer Wallace & Dr Emily Kneebone Organise Symposium to Accompany Cambridge Greek Play, October 2016

Dr Jennifer Wallace (English) and Dr Emily Kneebone (Classics) are organising a day-long symposium to accompany the production of the Cambridge Greek Play double bill of Antigone and Lysistrata at the Arts Theatre. The symposium brings together Classicists, philosophers, literary and cultural critics, theatre directors and actors to discuss tragedy, comedy, politics and revolution and […]

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The Alchemical Landscape @ CRASSH, 2016 / 2017

The Alchemical Landscape project has been awarded CRASSH Research Group status for the academic year 2016/2017.  As part of a series of seminars across Michaelmas, Lent and Easter terms, on Tuesday 18 October, James Mackay (film producer) gives a talk entitled ‘Jarman and Cocteau: A Shared Vision’  (5pm, Seminar room S2, 2nd Floor, Alison Richard […]

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American Writers at 9 West Road, October 2016: All Welcome

This October, the Faculty of English hosts a series of events with American Writers: Tuesday 4 October – English Faculty, Room G-R04, 4.30pm: Mark Greif, editor of n+1 and author of ‘In The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America, 1933-1973’, will discuss his new book ‘Against Everything’.  (Sponsored by American […]

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