Category Archives: Events

Public Lecture: 17 April, Kate Lister on the History of C**t

‌‌Dr Kate Lister from Leeds Trinity University will be visiting City Campus on Tuesday 17th April 2018, 6 p.m.-7.30, MK045 to deliver a public lecture, ‘A Nasty Name for a Nasty Thing’: A History of C**t’. The lecture is free, no tickets are … Continue reading

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Contemporary Critical Perspectives Debate, 20 March

Tuesday 20 March, 5-6pm, MU406, Lord Swraj Paul Building, University of Wolverhampton. Professor Peter Childs (Newman), Professor Sebastian Groes (Wolverhampton), and Dr Kay Mitchell (Manchester), Series Editors of the Bloomsbury Academic Series Contemporary Critical Perspectives,  debate some of the most pressing … Continue reading

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Research Seminar: 1 February 2018, Prof John Strachan on Wordsworth and Fascism

Professor John Strachan, Bath Spa University, will be speaking on ‘Wordsworth among the Fascists’, Thursday, 1 February 2018 14.00 – 15.30, Room MU504. All are welcome. This lecture examines the way in which the British Union of Fascists used Romantic poetry … Continue reading

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‘Un-shared Futures?: Teaching the Literatures of Four Nations in Flux’ –– A Symposium

The Association for Welsh Writing in English and the University of Wolverhampton School of Humanities are delighted to invite colleagues from all areas of literary studies to a one-day symposium on the subject of ‘Un-shared Futures?: Teaching the Literatures of … Continue reading

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TransLive, 30 June 2017

When? 30 June 2017, 2pm Where? Student Union. University of Wolverhampton ‘TransLive’ aspires to raise awareness and highlight the importance of  literary translation as a creative practice that can enhance intercultural awareness in the UK’s and the region’s linguistically diverse … Continue reading

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Research Seminar: 16 May 2017, Dr Yarmilla Daskalova on Poe and Baudelaire

Dr Yarmila Daskalova, University of Sts Cyril and Methodius, Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria, will be speaking on ‘New Dimensions in Conceptualizing Beauty and the Principle of Originality in the Works of Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Baudelaire’, Tuesday, 16 May 2017, 14.00 … Continue reading

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Launch Event – Friday 25 November: UK Sikh Survey Report 2016

CTTR hosts the Launch of the Findings of the UK Sikh Survey, the first ever comprehensive analysis of issues that matter to the British Sikh Community. The event takes place on Friday 25 November 2016, 2-4pm, MA 221 (The Council Room, Wulfruna … Continue reading

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Public Lecture: 24 Nov. 2016, Jay Griffiths in Conversation (Tristimania)

Acclaimed novelist and writer Jay Griffiths reads from and discusses her latest book, Tristimania: A Diary of Manic Depression, in conversation with CTTR novelist Professor Niall Griffiths. The event will take place on Thursday, 24 November 2016, from 6:00 p.m. in the Lecture Theatre, MX004, … Continue reading

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Public lecture: 24 May 2016, Owen Martell in Conversation

Trilingual novelist and translator Owen Martell will be reading from his award-winning novels and discussing his work and the writer’s life with Dr Aidan Byrne. The discussion will take place on Tuesday, 24 May 2016, from 5:30 p.m. in  Room MA030, … Continue reading

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Public lecture: 17 May 2016: Francis O’Gorman on Worrying

Professor Francis O’Gorman (University of Leeds) will be presenting a public lecture on the subject of his recent book, Worrying: A Literary and Cultural History. His talk will take place on Tuesday, 17 May 2016, from 6:00 pm, in Room MK045, … Continue reading

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