Friday 11 May 2018, 12.30PM1.45pm
This research seminar will be an occasion to think about, and disrupt, how we read contemporary novelists. There will be two papers, followed by a discussion chaired by Bryan Radley. Alexandra Kingston-Reese’s talk will explore how reading reflexively affords new spaces for understanding postmillennial artistic sensibility and form, and Doug Battersby’s talk will discuss Kazuo Ishiguro's elusive forms. All are welcome.
This event is part of the CModS Research Strand, Creative Dissonance: Writing Now.
Location: The Treehouse, Humanities Research Centre, Berrick Saul Building