I’ve been shadow-helping the organizers of the postgraduate colloquium for...– Prof. Adam Piette, on the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics Postgraduate Colloquium Committee for 2012
Colloquium Programme available for download →
Book of Abstracts available for download →
Keynote Speaker– Jim Byatt currently teaches in the School of English at the University of St Andrews. He studied as an undergraduate at Wolverhampton and completed an MA and PhD at Warwick. His interests are in contemporary British writing, with a particular focus on extreme topics, marginal authors and...
Our keynote speaker is Dr. James Byatt from the University of St Andrews. His paper is entitled: Folk Devils Revisited: Homo Sacer, Marginalisation and Modern Britain He’s an excellent academic and a great speaker, we’re all looking forward to hearing his keynote on Monday 21st May! We hope to see you there! (Don’t forget to register so we can cater for everyone!)
CALL FOR PAPERS
We are pleased to announce that the annual postgraduate colloquium in the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics will take place on May 21st 2012. This event will offer new academics from all research areas the opportunity to participate in an exciting and enjoyable conference-style event, where they can present their work and ideas in a supportive and intellectually...
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2012 Postgraduate Colloquium
The theme of this year’s University of Sheffield School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics postgraduate colloquium is Boundaries The conference will take place on 21st May 2012, in the Jessop Building, (seminar rooms 116, 117 and 215). Full details on the call for papers and submission of abstracts will follow shortly.
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