Literature and Languages Research Seminars

Spring 2017

The Literature and Languages Research Seminar is an interdisciplinary seminar that brings together staff and postgraduate students from across the Division of Literature and Languages at the University of Stirling. We have a varied programme of visiting and internal speakers. Topics cover the range of research interests in the division. All are warmly invited to attend. Graduate students, in particular, are encouraged to come. We meet on Wednesday afternoons during semester in Pathfoot, C22 unless otherwise stated.

Convenor: Prof Elizabeth Ezra (elizabeth.ezra@stir.ac.uk).

Enquiries: litlangresearchseminars@stir.ac.uk

Research Seminars Spring 2017

Date

Time

Speaker

Title

1st
Feb

15:30-17:00

Dr Alison Gibbons
(Sheffield Hallam University)

‘Charismatic Literature and the Revolutionary Resonance of Fiction of the Arab Spring’

14th
Feb

14:00-15:30

Dr Hephzibah Israel
(University of Edinburgh)

‘Protestant Lenses for a Tamil Public: Translation, Reason and Religion in 19thC South Asia’

1st
Mar

15:30-17:00

Staff Presentations on Current Research
(University of Stirling)

Prof Claire Squires - ‘Taste and/or big data?: Post-digital editorial selection’ 

Prof David Murphy - ‘Performing Pan-Africanism at the First World Festival of Negro Arts (Dakar 1966)’ 

15th
Mar

15:30-17:00

PhD Student Presentations
(University of Stirling)

Lorna Hill - TBC

Roseanne Watt - TBC

Ben Noad - TBC

29th
Mar

15:30-17:00

Dr Bashir Saade
(University of Stirling)

‘Islamic Feminism as a Critique of Liberalism’

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