What's on in English Literature.
An exhibition and associated events at the Museum of Childhood exploring the world of children’s books developed in partnership with Scotland’s Early Literature for Children Initiative (SELCIE).
A showcase of research in the Economic Humanities arising from the three-year AHRC-funded project, The History of Financial Advice.
Come along to hear Jay talk about all things crime fiction, offer writing and publishing advice, and take questions from the audience.
Centre for the History of the Book seminar series
Semester 1 2018-19
English Literature Seminars for semester 1 2018-19.
Semester 2 2017-18
English Literature Seminars for semester 2 2017-18.
Semester 1 2017-18
English Literature Seminars for semester 1 2017-18.
Semester 2 2016-17
English Literature Seminars for semester 2 2016-17.
Selected past events
Our Professor of Black Studies explores 200 Years of African Atlantic Art and Authorship (1818-2018).
The Centre for the History of the book invites you to Bite-Sized Book History, a mini conference organised by students of the MSc in Book History and Material Culture.
Five days of events on espionage fiction and film, and the ways in which secrecy and spying run through our history and culture.
'There’s something a bit harsh about you, Fleur’: Muriel Spark and her voices.