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Research Seminars

Seminars begin at 4.30 p.m. and are held in King’s Manor, Room KG07 (the Stephen Copley Room), except when otherwise indicated below.

Autumn Term 2018

2 October (Week 2)
Dr. Ingrid Horrocks (Massey University)
Augustus Earle’s Pedestrian Tour in New Zealand: or, Get off the Beach
4.30pm – K/G07 King’s Manor (drinks & nibbles provided)

4 October (Week 2)
CREMS & CECS Joint Research Seminar
Professor David Harper (West Point)
‘Forgive Me Awful Poet:’ The Redemption and Rewriting of Paradise Lost
5pm – BS/008 Berrick Saul Building (tea & coffee served and followed by a drinks reception)

16 October (Week 4)
Professor Jonathan Kramnick (Yale University)
Criticism and Truth, on the Epistemology of Literary Studies
4.30pm – K/G07 King’s Manor (drinks & nibbles provided)

23 October (Week 5)
Dr. Andrea Haslanger (University of Sussex)
An End to War? Visions of Peace, Perpetual and Otherwise, During the Long Eighteenth Century
4.30pm – K/G07 King’s Manor (drinks & nibbles provided)

20 November (Week 9)
Dr. Kate Fullagar (Macquarie University, Australia)
Three Eighteenth-Century Lives: Challenges in Biography and Imperial History
4.30pm – K/G07 King’s Manor (drinks & nibbles provided)

22 November (Week 9)
CREMS & CECS Joint Research Seminar
Dr. Sue Vincent (York)
Style Wars: Fashioning Hair in Early Modernity
5pm – BS/008 Berrick Saul Building (tea/coffee provided)

CECS Research Seminar Archives

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