Monthly Archives: October 2019

Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies Seminars Autumn 2019

Seminars will be held on Thursdays at 4.30 pm in Edith Morley 124 unless otherwise stated. 11 October FRIDAY, 4.30pm Edith Morley 124 Helen Nicholson (University of Cardiff), ‘Queen Sybil of Jerusalem and the Third Crusade’ 14 November Stenton Lecture: … Continue reading

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“From Switzerland” by Peter Robinson published by LONGITŪDINĒS

On 1 October, “From Switzerland”, Peter Robinson’s new sequence of poems, appeared on the LONGITŪDINĒS website, the first publication of this new founded magazine. LONGITŪDINĒS is an arts and literature magazine, with annual print editions and online content. It is conceived … Continue reading

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Immy Mason-Evans on ‘Mastering your Masters (based on experience)’

You will expect your masters to feel like the natural step up from your undergraduate degree. You will expect to feel confident and comfortable discussing theories, criticism and your own literary analysis. After the longest summer, fuelled by the success … Continue reading

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