Trinity Term 2007
Please note revised start time of 5 p.m.
Week One – Thursday 26th April
'There was no such thing as the Romantic symbol', from The Genealogy of the Romantic Symbol, forthcoming from OUP.
Professor Nicholas Halmi,
Week Two – Thursday 3rd May
Jane Austen's Manuscripts: or, the real Secret of Style
Professor Kathryn Sutherland, St. Anne’s College,
Week Three – Thursday 10th May
Sublime landscapes and ancient traditions: Picturesque literary tourism in Scotland
Week Four – Thursday 17th May
'Death in So Many Frightful Forms': The Sublime of Terror in the 1790s.
Joseph Crawford, St. Catherine’s College,
Week Five – Thursday 24th May
Wordsworth and the Survival of Pastoral
Dr Fiona Stafford,
Week Six – Thursday 31st May Crime and Punishment: Jane Austen reads Charlotte Smith
Professor Jacqueline Labbe,
Week Seven – Thursday 7th June
'So you think you know all the right answers to all the right questions about Jane Austen's Emma?'
Arnie Perlstein, independent scholar from Florida. For more information see: http://sharpelvessociety.blogspot.com/
Week Eight – Thursday 14th June
‘Rehabilitating the ‘Bad’ Ancient: The Life and Times of Frederick Tatham, 1805-78’
Meetings will be held from in Room 10 of the English Faculty. All are welcome to join us for discussion and refreshments.
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