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Tuesday, 01 January 2019 - Tuesday, 31 December 2019

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Professor Terry Eagleton, Dr Anderson Jeremiah, Dr Jo Carruthers
Event Time
19:30-21:00
Venue
University Chaplaincy
Speaker
Professor Terry Eagleton, Dr Anderson Jeremiah, Dr Jo Carruthers
Professor Terry Eagleton
Event Time
11:00-12:30
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 2/ B116
Speaker
Professor Terry Eagleton
Professor Terry Eagleton and Professor Arthur Bradley
Event Time
14:30-16:00
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 2/ B116
Speaker
Professor Terry Eagleton and Professor Arthur Bradley
Public lecture by Professor Paul Muldoon, followed by drinks reception. Tickets to be registered via EventBrite (will be made available nearer the time)
Event Time
19:30-20:30
Venue
The Storey, Lecture Theatre, Lancaster
Speaker
Professor Paul Muldoon
Join award-winning poet, A.K Blakemore, for a evening of conversation about her writing and work. All are welcome to attend this free event, registration is preferable by Eventbrite.
Event Time
18:00-19:00
Venue
Ruskin Library
Speaker
Amy Blakemore
Opportunity for up to 10 students, UG or PG, to bring short poem that they are working on, and to then workshop with feedback from Paul Muldoon.
Event Time
14:00-16:00
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 1 / B082
Speaker
Professor Paul Muldoon
Open-mic Night at the Printroom Cafe. This months theme is 'Romance'. Read your own work, or just come and listen to others. Search Eventbrite for more information.
Event Time
19:00-20:00
Venue
The Printroom Cafe, The Storey, Lancaster.
Professor Benoit Peeters and Dr Carlos Lopez-Galviz (ISF)
Event Time
14:30-16:30
Venue
Ruskin Library
Speaker
Professor Benoit Peeters and Dr Carlos Lopez-Galviz (ISF)
The workshop will explore the pertinence of this observation to the study of Ruskin's engagement with the arts and sciences, and it will consider the embeddedness of ecological principles in Ruskin's writings on art and science. For more information please see- www.the-ruskin@lancaster.ac.uk
Event Time
13:00-18:00
Venue
Ruskin Library Reading Room
Rosie Garland is a novelist, poet and singer with post-punk band The March Violets. Join us for a evening of conversation about her writing and work. Everybody is welcome to attend, this event is free by registration via Eventbrite id preferable.
Event Time
18:00-19:00
Venue
Ruskin Library
Speaker
Rosie Garland
Professor of English Literature, Cardiff University. Professor Willis's research focuses on literature, science and medicine, 1800 to the present. Most recently he has published Staging Science: Scientific Performance on Street, Stage and Screen (Palgrave, 2016), Literature and Science (Palgrave, 2015) and Vision, Science and Literature, 1870-1920: Ocular Horizons (Pickering & Chatto, 2011). His present research focuses on representations of trance states, and especially the nature and condition of sleep, in literature, art and the sciences from the early nineteenth century to the present.
Event Time
13:00-14:00
Venue
FASS Meeting Room 1
Speaker
Professor Martin Willis
Kelly Freeman, Doctoral Researcher in the History of Art, University College London, UK. For more information please see- www.the-ruskin@lancaster.ac.uk
Event Time
16:15-18:00
Venue
Ruskin Library Reading Room
Event followed by drinks reception.
Event Time
19:30-20:30
Venue
Lancaster Priory
Speaker
Sarah Perry
Event followed by drinks reception.
Event Time
19:00
Venue
Waterstones, King Street, Lancaster
Speaker
Eoghan Walls
"No form of thee": Vividness and artificial life in Shakespeare's Sonnets
Event Time
14:30-16:00
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 2 / B116
Speaker
Professor Katherine Craik (Oxford Brookes)
Opportunity for up to 10 students, UG or PG, to bring short poem that they are working on, and to then workshop with feedback from Paul Muldoon. Register via Eventbrite
Event Time
11:00-13:00
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 1 / B082
Speaker
Professor Paul Muldoon
Public Reading by Professor Paul Muldoon hosts an hour of poetry and prose from students Paul Baxter, Sophie Carroll, Natalie Charlesworth, Robert Kerfoot, Gillian Sheath and Ying Zheng followed by drinks reception. Tickets to be registered via EventBrite (will be made available nearer the time)
Event Time
19:30-21:00
Venue
The Storey, Lancaster
Speaker
Professor Paul Muldoon
with Professor Paul Muldoon and Howard G. B. Clark '21 Professor Princeton University,
Event Time
10:00-11:00
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 2 / B116
Speaker
Professor Paul Muldoon
Professor Benoit Peeters, Dr. Delphine Grass, and Professor Nick Dunn
Event Time
14:30-16:00
Venue
Ruskin Library
Speaker
Professor Benoit Peeters, Dr. Delphine Grass, and Professor Nick Dunn
An open seminar with Dr Delphine Grass on Translating Clouds: Hans/Jean Arp and Gertrude Stein's Translation Archive, Professor Nick Dunn on Visible Cities: Translating Ideas for Collective Life and Professor Benoit Peeters on Translatable and Untranslatable Images: from Hergé to Marie-Françoise Plissart Wednesday May 22, 2.30-4.00pm @ The Ruskin -all welcome- …no registration required…
Event Time
14:30 - 16:00
Venue
Ruskin Library
Speaker
Dr Delphine Grass, Professor Nick Dunn and Professor Benoit Peeters
AHRC Leadership Fellow, Lecturer in English Literature, University of Surrey. Dr McCormack is currently the coordinator of the Nordic Network for Gender, Body, Health: http://www.uib.no/en/rg/genbod; the co-founder and a steering committee member of the Monster Network: https://promisesofmonsters.wordpress.com/about/; and the principal investigator on the project Disability, Arts and Health, which is funded by the Nordic Culture Fund. She is also a co-investigator on the project The Embodied Self, Health and Emerging Technologies, which is funded by the Swedish Research Council.
Event Time
14:00-15:00
Venue
FASS Meeting Room 1
Speaker
Dr. Donna McCormack
Professor Angela Wright (Sheffield)
Event Time
14:30-16:00
Venue
County Main Meeting Room 2 / B116
Speaker
Professor Angela Wright (Sheffield)
Andrew McMillan's debut collection physical was the first ever poetry collection to win The Guardian First Book Award. The collection also won the Fenton Aldeburgh First Collection Prize, a Somerset Maugham Award (2016), an Eric Gregory Award (2016) and a Northern Writers' award (2014). It was shortlisted the Dylan Thomas Prize, the Costa Poetry Award, The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year 2016, the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, the Roehampton Poetry Prize and the Polari First Book Prize. It was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation for Autumn 2015. Most recently physical has been translated into Norwegian (Aschehoug, 2017), a bi-lingual French edition, Le Corps Des Hommes (Grasset, 2018) and Galician (A Chan da Polvora, 2019). His second collection, playtime, was published by Jonathan Cape in 2018; it was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation for Autumn 2018, a Poetry Book of the Month in both The Observer and The Telegraph and a Poetry Book of the Year in The Sunday Times. He is senior lecturer at the Manchester Writing School at MMU and lives in Manchester.
Event Time
18.00
Venue
To be confirmed
Speaker
Andrew MacMillan
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