Very excited to see the official poster for Bookends 2015!
Bookends: Tenth Anniversary. Open Call for Papers.
“Bookends” is an annual conference which is run by postgraduate students in the School of English, University College Cork. This year it is celebrating its tenth anniversary with an open call for papers to best reflect the diversity and scope of the research produced within the School. Papers are...
Textualities Conference 2014
This is the finalised schedule for UCC Textualities Conference 2014 which convened in the Western Gateway Building G18 on Friday 28th March. The conference featured speakers presenting on topics inspired by their respective MA modules: American Literature and Film, Irish Writing and Film, Modernities: Romanticism, Modernism, Postmodernism and Texts and...
UCC’s School of English Conference
Black metal! From Houston? Meet Brimwylf
Today’s bocgemot (Old English for reading group) revisited a pivotal scene from Beowulf, where Beowulf seeks out and challenges Grendel’s mother on her own territory. Personally I was interested in the Old English word Brimwylf (water-wolf), which is the poem’s initial reference to Grendel’s mother. You can imagine my...
How to Escape the Claws of the Grammar Police
A really interesting post on how to integrate grammar and popular cultural references in your writing!
Employment: Teaching Fellow in English Literature: Renaissance, University of St Andrews
University of St Andrews are looking for a Research Fellow in Renaissance Literature.
Adam of Easton conference – details and booking form
The Parker Library are holding a conference on Adam of Easton
Borderlines XVIII Forum
For anyone thinking of attending this year’s Borderlines Conference. This Forum will help you get into contact with other delegates.
Employment: PhD studentship, held at Royal Holloway, University of London, and The British Library, ‘Music, print and culture in the 16th and early 17th centuries’