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Contemporary Critical Performances of the Authorial Role

Date: 27-28 November 2014 Time: 27 Nov 12:00-18:00; 28 Nov 09:30-13:00

Venue: Lancaster University - room tbc

How have new media technologies and the enhanced reproduction of visual and aural performances that they facilitate affected the contemporary practice of authorship? Our interactive research event is conceived as a performance and exercise in critical self-reflection in its own right. The academic papers examine literary authors' critical engagement with ideas of authority in both the text and its hyperlinked context. They will be delivered alongside conversation papers with creative practitioners. A workshop that further explores the position of the academic author and critic in society will stimulate further thought on how creative critical self-reflection might inform scholarly practice.

Confirmed speakers:Timothy Brennan (Professor in English and Professor in Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, Minnesota), Cornelia Graebner (Lecturer in Hispanic Studies, Lancaster),Gary Hall (Professor of Media and Performing Arts, Coventry), Diana Holmes (Professorof French, Leeds),Alejandro Rejes (Author)

Event website: http://www.authorsandtheworld.com/?p=221

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

Further information

Associated staff: Rebecca Braun, Robert Crawshaw, Allyson Fiddler, Cornelia Graebner, Delphine Grass, Graham Mort (English and Creative Writing), Johann Unger (Linguistics and English Language)

Organising departments and research centres: Culture, Theory, Context, English and Creative Writing, European Languages and Cultures, Media and Cultural Studies, Media, Film & Cultural Studies (formerly ICR)

Keywords: Comparative literature, Contemporary literature, Culture and media

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