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Durham University

Department of English Studies

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This is an archive of past events within the Department of English Studies. Please see our current events for forthcoming activities.

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Northern Modernism Seminar

17th February 2012, 10:15 to 16:30, Deane Room, Palace Green Library

Hosted in conjunction with “Outrageously Modern!” exhibition of Fin-De-Siècle and Modernist Magazines.

10.15-10.45 Registration & Coffee

10.45-11.00
Welcome: Dr. Simon James

11.00-12:10
Professor Ann Banfield (University of California, Berkeley)
~ Samuel Beckett: A Few Images On and Off in the Mud

12.10-12.50
Dr Sandeep Parmar (Clare Hall, Cambridge University)
~ Unexpectedly Modern: Hope Mirrlees's Paris
Chair: Professor Patricia Waugh

12.50-2.00 Lunch

2.00-2.40
Matthew Hayward (Durham University)
~ "The specially new fizzing style": Joyce's 'Nausicaa' and the Language of Women's Advertising

2.40-3.20
Emily Ridge (Durham University)
~ Late Modernist Luggage: The Politics of Packing in Henry Green's Party Going and Pack My Bag
Chair: Dr. John Nash

3.20-3.50 Tea & Coffee

3.50-4.30
Sarah Kennedy (St. John's College, Cambridge University)
~ From elaborate music to "lucid stillness": T. S. Eliot's Shakespearean patterns
Chair: Dr. Jason Harding

4.30 Close of Symposium

Contact s.j.james@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.

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