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Call for Papers Deadline: Monday 15 June 2015
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10:00 IMLR '... under the spell': Thomas Bernhard's Reception in the Anglophone World

In December 2001, the Germanist and author W.G. Sebald discusses his affinity for Thomas Bernhard’s unfailingly uncompromising moral pose that allowed him not to be rendered aesthetically ‘insufficient’ in a KCRW …

Call for Papers Deadline: Sunday 31 May 2015
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09:00 IES Dickens Day: Dickens, Readers and Reading

Reading is a powerful thing in Dickens’s novels. David Copperfield says of his childhood that ‘reading was my only and my constant comfort’. He goes on, ‘when I think of it …

09:00 IES Adaptations and the Metropolis

The Association of Adaptation Studies invite proposals for papers at the 10th Annual Conference in London on 24-25 September, 2015, organised with the Institute of English Studies, University of London.

In the …

Call for Papers Deadline: Friday 1 May 2015
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10:00 IMLR 12th International IBC International PG Conference on Current Research in Austrian Literature, Culture and Film

This annual international conference offers postgraduate students working in the field of Austrian literature the opportunity to present their work and discuss aspects of it with colleagues and other specialists. The …

Call for Papers Deadline: Thursday 30 April 2015
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09:00 IES Dissemination and Production: The Progress of Information

History of the Book Conference: Dissemination and Production: The Progress of Information

I like to know the news as well as any man,' said Toby, slowly; folding it [his paper] a little smaller, …

Call for Papers Deadline: Tuesday 28 April 2015
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09:00 IES What Ever Happened to the Working Class? Rediscovering Class Consciousness in Contemporary Literature

Between Ed Miliband’s squeezed middle and tabloid diatribes against the underclass, the working class has seemingly disappeared from critical discourse in literary and culturalstudies. Nevertheless issues of class, class consciousness, classlessness, …

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Seng Tee Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow's Lecture

22nd June 2015

School of Advanced Study

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