Interdisciplinary Connections: Explorations in Research Methods seminar series for 2018/19 (Semester 2)

Posted by jcm22 at Jan 14, 2019 01:05 PM |
We are proud to announce the next selection of engaging short seminars, continuing the seminar series for 2018/19.

Chaired by Dr Anne Marie D'Arcy, each seminar takes a theme or strand of work from across the School's disciplinary range, and explores its interdisciplinary possibilities. The aim of the series is to develop a 'conversation' across the School about research methods, research ideas, and an inclusive and informed research culture.

The Spring series will begin on 23 January 2019, and presentations will take place fortnightly on Wednesdays. All staff, research fellows, and research students are welcome, and we hope to have some stimulating discussions about the wide range of research currently being undertaken in the School of Arts.

Series contactDr Anne Marie D'Arcy


Time: 1.00pm-2.00pm 
Location: ATT Seminar Block room 202

23 January 2019 - Professor Phil ShawUnderwater Love: Romantic Poets and Sacred Founts.

6 February 2019 – Dr Corinne FowlerDecolonising Heritage and Curriculum Change

20 February 2019 – Dr Mary Ann Lund - Words that make room for attention

6 March 2019 – Dr Anne Marie D’Arcy - Columban Texts and Joyce’s ‘book of kills’ (FW 482.33): Insular Manuscripts and the Limits of Paleographic Expertise in Finnegans Wake.

20 March 2019 – Professor Martin Stannard - Evelyn Waugh in America

8 May 2019 - Dr Pamela Rogerson-Revell - The L1 advantage? :a comparison of L1/L2 speaking rates in ELF business meeting

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