Faculty of English What’s On: events and talks of interest

Thursday 7 July 2022 (11th Week, Trinity Term)

Literature and Political Thought: A Symposium
Date: 7 July 2022, 9:15 - 16:00 (Thursday, 11th week, Trinity 2022)
Speaker s: Amanda Anderson, David Bromwich, Richard Bourke, Helen Small (University of Oxford), Sophie Smith, David Womersley (St. Catherine’s)
Venue: Hertford College, Catte Street OX1 3BW
Venue Details: Principal’s Lodgings at Hertford College, Oxford
Organiser: David Dwan (Hertford)
Hosts: TBA

This list contains talks from the following series:
American Literature Research Seminar
Caribbean Studies Network
'Channels of Digital Scholarship' Seminar I: New tools and old questions in the analysis of textual corpora
Early Medieval Britain and Ireland Events
Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Early Modern Graduate Forum
Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Research Seminar
Environmental Humanities Lunchtime Seminar Series
Feminist Theory lectures
Feminist Thinking Seminars
Imagining Belief
Inaugural Lecture from Merton Professor of English Language and Literature, Helen Small
Inaugural Lecture from Professor of Poetry, Alice Oswald
Interdisciplinary Reading Group on Authenticity
Kantian Aesthetics
Kellogg Centre for Creative Writing
Literature and History in Early Modern Britain Seminar
Literature and History in Early Modern Britain Seminar
Literature and History in Early Modern Britain Seminar (online)
Medieval English Research Seminar
Medieval English Research Seminar
Modern and Contemporary Literature Research Seminar
Nineteenth Century Research Seminar
Old English Reading Group
Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation
Oxford Medieval Commentary Network, Trinity Term Lecture Series
Oxford Study Skills Centre Michaelmas '19 Talk Series
Poetry and Christianity since 1918: reading group
Poets at Keble
Postcolonial Writing and Theory Seminar
Romantic Research Seminar
The Poet's Essay
The Princeton University Press Lecture Series in European History and Culture
The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe
TORCH Environmental Humanities Lunchtime Seminars