Monthly Archives: October 2018

Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies: Seminars 2018

25 October, 4.30 pm in Edith Morley 124 Norman Housley (University of Leicester) ‘An English proposal for a crusade against the Irish, c. 1329-31’.   22 November Stenton Lecture  Nicholas Vincent (University of East Anglia) ‘The Letters of England’s Kings and Queens 1154-1215: A … Continue reading

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Archives and Texts seminars autumn 2018

Thursday 15th November (wk 7), 5-6pm Dr Sophie Heywood (MLES, Reading), ‘Power to children’s imaginations: children’s picturebooks and ‘68’’ Edith Morley, G44 Thursday 6th Dec (wk 10), 5-6pm Dr Sara Sullam (Milan, British Academy Visiting Fellow, MLES) ‘Reading for translation: Anglo-Italian … Continue reading

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Students Talk: Learning Journals (a PLanT Project)

In this post Hannah Ashraf, a graduate of BA (Hons) English Literature, and Dr Nicola Abram, Lecturer in Literatures in English, discuss their 2018/19 PLanT Project ‘Students Talk: Learning Journals’.  Hannah: I first came across the journal assessment method in my … Continue reading

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Early Modern Research Seminars, Autumn 2018

Monday 22 October, 1pm, EM 124: Dr. Laura Sangha (Exeter), “The Social, Personal and Spiritual Dynamics of Ghost Stories in Early Modern England” Monday 19 November, 1 pm, EM 124: Rachel Foxley (Reading), “Gender and slavery in Milton’s republicanism” Wednesday … Continue reading

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