18 April 2009

Easter Term Timetable

We have the titles for papers to be presented over the Easter term. As usual, we will meet in the seminar room at Hallgarth House at 6:15pm. Looking forward to seeing you all there for more stimulating papers and discussions.

Monday 11 May

Richard Moss (Durham University): "Thomas Pynchon and Waste: Thoughts on the nature of the discarded in Gravity's Rainbow"

Monday 18 May

Ann-Marie Einhaus (Durham University): "Cultural Texts and Functional Memory: Aleida Assmann on Canonisation"

Monday 25 May

Naomi Banks (Durham University): "'Images and symbols adequate to our predicament': Seamus Heaney and the development of Northern Irish Elegy"

Monday 1 June

Clara Dawson (Durham University): "The Meaning of Sound: The Hidden Life of Voice in Tennyson's Poetry".

Monday 8 June

Marc Botha (Durham University): "Exemplarity - The Real: Autopoiesis and a Para-ontology of the Example"

Monday 15 June

Maebh Long (Durham University): "Fragments of a Life: Derrida, Aphorisms and Autobiography"

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