This page lists events taking place within Durham University or in the local area with which English Studies staff and students are directly involved. For English related events in Durham or in the local region organised outside of the Department, see the Regional Events page.
'The importance of manuscripts and primary materials for editing The Complete Poems of T. S. Eliot,' by Jim McCue (Institute of Advanced Study, University of London)
Staff and Postgraduate Research Seminar.
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- Late Summer Lecture Series Returns to Durham and Newcastle http://t.co/SEVzYLm5FC
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- Postgraduate English journal looking for peer reviewers to join editorial board http://t.co/bM0YQS5r6m. Great opportunity for #ECRs #ECRchat
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- John Clegg Wins the Eric Gregory Award http://t.co/6m3C44m5Ss
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- Join the Editorial Board of the Postgraduate English Journal http://t.co/JvLB90w4sC
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English Events Newsletter
In addition to these web listings, a monthly email digest of all English-related events at Durham University and across the wider region is circulated to all staff and students in the Department, and to interested members of the public.
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IMRS/IMEMS Conference Series Summer 2013
- Early Modern Catholicism
- Intellectual Networks in the Long Seventeenth Century
- Producing Text and Gospel Commentary in Medieval Perspective
Three conferences in June and July will mark the launch of the University’s Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies and the Durham exhibition of the Lindisfarne Gospels, and celebrate the rich resources of the city’s historic libraries – Cosin’s Library, the Cathedral Library, and the Library of Ushaw College.
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