Sita Balani (King’s College London) and Kathryn Maude (KCL/University of Swansea) will be speaking on ‘Narratives of Anglo-Saxonism in Contemporary Migration Debates’ on Thursday, 17 March 2016, at 2.00 p.m. in the LATTE room MC229.
About the Speakers:
Sita Balani is an activist and academic living in London. Her PhD research at King’s College London explores neoliberalism and national identity in contemporary British fiction. She is involved in migrant and feminist activism and is also editing an anthology entitled ‘Queers Talk Lesbian Notions’.
Kathryn Maude is a PhD student in the English Department at King’s College London and Tutor in Medieval Literature at the University of Swansea. Her PhD thesis examines texts addressed to women from 960 to 1160, including anchoritic writing, sermons, and saints’ lives.