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Time Machines: The Past, the Future, and How Stories Take us There
Step through a portal and journey through time. This exhibition at Palace Green Library reveals how advances in science allowed authors like HG Wells to write about parallel universes, alternate histories and future worlds.
Literary Dolls: The Female Textual Body from the 19th Century to Now
Through history women’s bodies have been the subject of artistic presentation, ostensibly to celebrate the beauty of the female form, but also to fetishize, to dismember and to control women both within the arts and in the wider world. This interdisciplinary conference seeks to appraise the depiction of women’s physical form in artworks, as well as how artistic presentation has informed other disciplines, from the Nineteenth Century to Now, in order to assess how far the arts have changed in line with apparent developments in the treatment of women, over the comparable historical gulf. We are also keen to consider the social impact the arts have had, and continue to have, on the treatment of women.
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