Other events and conferences

Forthcoming Events:

2018 Ludgate Colloquium (continuing the Cornhill Colloquia):The ‘know’ in ‘knowledge’

22nd February 2018, The Guild Church of St Martin within Ludgate, 10:00-16:15

A day colloquium on canons, catalogues, and cranks addressing the question of who or what decides what we know.

See website for further information and to book your place!

Using Visual Stimuli for Successful Linear Learning

23rd February 2018,The Godolphin and Latymer School, London

A CPD study day for teachers of A-Level English Literature focused on including art and art history skills into the syllabus to enhance the student’s learning experience. Using both visual and literary skills, the day will offer a toolkit for the new linear A-level provided by teaching specialists. The day will provide case studies and take-away resources to stimulate students to be active learners.

For further information and the programme for the day see here. To book your place, please see the booking page.

Lass 2018: Anglo-Saxon London

10th March 2018, The Woburn Suite, Senate House, University of London, 14.00 - 18.30

Drawing on literary, archaeological, and historical sources, this symposium will consider how London was created both as a physical and conceptual place in Anglo-Saxon England. There will be performances based on readings from Old English poems by students from Royal Holloway, University of London. The symposium will conclude with a wine reception. Please see programme for further details.

Language and learning in the classroom: Reflections on James Britton's ongoing contribution

15th March 2018, 5.30pm-7.30pm, Room 604, Institute of Education, UCL

This lecture is a chance for teachers, researchers and policy makers to consider the continuing significance of Britton’s ideas about language and learning and why his influence remains vital within all literacy and English classrooms.

See flyer for further details

Virginia Woolf and Politics

1st - 6th July 2018, Wolfson College, Cambridge

For more information see https://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/2018/

Women Writers: Emily Bronte to Elizabeth Bowen

8th - 13th July 2018, Homerton College, Cambridge

For more information see https://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/women-2018/

 

Past Events:

Thinking Big: New Ambitions for English and the Humanities

18-19th January 2018 - Senate House, London

The Institute of English Studies in partnership with the School of English, Newcastle University is pleased to announce Thinking Big: New Ambitions for English and the Humanities

Humanities research is developing at a new scale and in new directions, requiring us to ‘think bigger’ (and differently) than before. How is English as a discipline adapting to these changes?

This two-day conference explores changes in English as a discipline, focussing on five strands: partnership working, public engagement, interdisciplinarity, digital innovation, and the international context for humanities research. Convenors for each strand include Professor Dinah Birch (Liverpool), Professor Sarah Churchwell (School of Advanced Study), Professor Rick Rylance (School of Advanced Study), Professor Martin Eve (Birkbeck), and Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge (UEA).

The conference will provide ample time for provocation, discussion, and feedback. To learn more and to register, follow this link

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