Ruskinomics revisited: Financial Times journalist Andrew Hill examines the legacy and lessons of the work of John Ruskin on Feb 12th

This event on Feb 12th is likely to be of interest to a number unit members and readers.

 

Professor Mary Joannou: ‘Writing a Woman’s Life: The Biography of Clara Rackham (1875-1966 : Suffragist, Socialist, Social Reformer)’

Emeritus Professor Mary Joannou will be coming to give a talk about her current biography project on Clara Rackham and all very welcome to attend. Her talk is entitled and will take place on Monday 27th January between 4.45-5.45 in Helmore 114.

 

Trimester 2 Seminar Series

We have an exiting line of speakers planned for this trimester. All the sessions will begin at 5pm unless otherwise stated and I’ll post up further details about the speaker and the talk in the week/s leading up to it. All are welcome. Please email me at elizabeth.ludlow@anglia.ac.uk if you have any questions or queries.

Date Speaker Title Room
Mon 27th Jan (NB this talk will begin at 4.45) Professor Mary Joannou Writing a Woman’s Life: The Biography of Clara Rackham (1875-1966: Suffragist, Socialist, Social Reformer) Hel 114
Mon 10th Feb Hilary Bedder Listening to the Trees: Vegetal Otherness in the poems of Thomas Hardy.

 

 

 

Hel 112
Mon 17th Feb Dr. Abderrezzaq Ghafsi Charles Dickens and Religion Hel 114
Mon 24th Feb Dr Koenraad Claes ‘To wait the course of events’: Walter Scott and Counter Revolutionary Narrative

 

Hel 109
Mon 9th March Dr. Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak Naturecultures Across Time and Space: John Clare’s Artistic Legacy in Ecopoetry Written by Children Hel 114
Mon 30th March Dr Gavin Budge Charlotte M Yonge and the Juvenilization of the Nineteenth-Century Novel Hel 114