Conferences

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Writing Lives Together: Romantic and Victorian Biography

18 September 2015

Dr. Julian North

Dr. Felicity James.

Postcolonial Studies Association 2015 Convention

7 to 9 September Dr Alberto Fernández Carbajal

Margaret Oliphant in Context

6 July 2015 Professor Joanne Shattock
Evelyn Waugh and His Circle: Reading and Editing the Complete Works 24-26 April 2015 Professor Martin Stannard

Writing Britain: 500-1500

30 June to 2 July 2014

Dr Philip Shaw

BAAL Special Interest Group 'Language and Social Media'

22 November, 2013

Dr Ruth Page
Colloquium: Religion, Philosophy and Myth in T.S. Eliot's Poetry
6 September 2013 Dr Scott Freer


Memory: America Past, Present and Future. BAAS Postgraduate Conference 24 November 2012 baaspg2012@gmail.com

Quadrivium VIII: Getting Digital

1-2 November 2012

Dr Orietta Da Rold
Mythic, Magical and Monstrous Women in Contemporary Women's Writing 20 June 2012 Emma Young
Claire O'Callaghan
Writing Europe 3-5 June 2012

Dr Orietta Da Rold

Dr Philip A. Shaw

Midlands Viking Symposium 28 April 2012

Dr Philip A. Shaw

Language and Social Media: New Challenges for Research and Teaching Linguistics 26-27 April 2012

Dr Ruth Page:

Studies in Youth Culture 4 April 2011 Irina Kyulanova

William James and the Transatlantic Conversation

September 2010 Professor Martin Halliwell

Before and After 9/11: American Literature and Culture

June 2010

Dr Emma Kimberley

Writing England: Books 1000 - 1400 April 2010

Dr Orietta Da Rold:

Fifth Quadrivium Training Symposium November 2009 Dr Orietta Da Rold:
Lost in Translation October 2009 Claire O’Callaghan

Writing Bodies / Reading Bodies; Contemporary Women’s Writing

September 2009
Blood, Sex, Malory April 2009 Dr David Clark
Language, Texts and Gender in the Viking Diaspora March 2009
The British Association for Victorian Studies Ninth Annual Conference September 2008 Dr Holly Furneaux:
Unsettling Women: Contemporary Women’s Writing and Diaspora July 2008
English Renaissance Humour July 2008 Dr Sarah Knight
Writing England: Books in England 1100 - 1200 July 2007

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