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Research Seminar: 21 April 2015, John Hughes on Dylan, Boty, and 1960s Pop

Professor John Hughes (University of Gloucestershire) will be presenting his paper, ‘The Only Blonde in the World’: Pauline Boty and Dylan’s First London Visit, at 5:30 pm, Tuesday 21 April 2015. The seminar will take place at the City Campus … Continue reading

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Niall Griffiths Inaugural Lecture (Part 4 – Conclusion)

This is the fourth and concluding part of the Professorial Inaugural Address delivered by Niall Griffiths on 8 December 2014 at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton. To read the speech in sequence follow this link to Part 1 and click on … Continue reading

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Niall Griffiths Inaugural Lecture (Part 3)

On 8 December 2014, Niall Griffiths delivered his Professorial Inaugural Address at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton. The text of that talk is serialised here in 4 parts. In the third part, below, Griffiths considers ‘darkness’ as a critical term … Continue reading

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Niall Griffiths Inaugural Lecture (Part 2)

On 8 December 2014, Niall Griffiths delivered his Professorial Inaugural Address at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton. The text of that talk is serialised here in 4 parts. In the second part, below, Griffiths reflects on the rhythms of the … Continue reading

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Niall Griffiths Inaugural Lecture (Part 1)

On 8 December 2014, Niall Griffiths delivered his Professorial Inaugural Address at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton. The text of that talk will be serialised in this blog in 4 parts. In the first part, below, Griffiths reflects on his … Continue reading

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Psychogeography: A Conversation

In this short video, CTTR’s Dr Aidan Byrne and Dr Hilary Weeks of the University of Gloucestershire discuss their shared interest in psychogeography. The video was filmed for and first appeared on Video Resources for English at the University of … Continue reading

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Paradise is on the end of your nose

Tilstone Studio, Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton (Monday, 8th December, 6:30 p.m., admission Free) Professor Niall Griffiths delivers his inaugural lecture describing his motivation and inspiration for writing. He will discuss the significance of finding a writing voice for peoples and places … Continue reading

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