New Seminar Series 2016: COMPARATIVE MODERNISMS

COMPARATIVE  MODERNISMS

School of Advanced Study

University of London

The new Seminars Series in Comparative Modernisms stresses both modernism’s continuing relevance in the present and its complex, relational nature which calls for a comparative perspective.  It provides a forum for groundbreaking  multidisciplinary, transnational and inter-textual research in modernist studies by inviting international experts as well as hosting a variety of associated events, such as roundtables, workshops and colloquia.

Monday 22 February 2016, 18:00-20:00, Senate House, Room 245 

Catherine Bernard, Denis-Diderot University (Paris 7): Modernist politics of translation: ‘Hanging suspended without attachment’                                                                    

Tuesday 1  March 2016, 18:00-20:00, Senate House, Room 104

Rachel Bowlby, UCL-Princeton University: The Psychological Moment: the early modernist turn to psychology

The seminars are FREE and open to all. For further information and to book a place in advance please contact the Seminar convenor,  Dr Angeliki Spiropoulou, Visiting Fellow at the School of Advanced Study-IES; Assistant Professor of European Literature, Peloponnese University.