Month: April 2022

Lecture Series: Postcolonial Theatre, The Goldsmiths Centre for Comparative Literature (online), May 5, 19, 26, 2022

This series of 3 talks by members of the Goldsmiths Department of Theatre and Performance will examine how contemporary theatre from the UK, USA, France and West Africa is staging legacies of colonial history in postcolonial societies today. The series, starting in May 2022, will bring together Clare Finburgh Delijani, Tiziana Morosetti and Sola Adeyemi. …

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Virtual Symposium, Cultural Literacy Everywhere: “Dwelling”, University College, Dublin, 11 – 13 May 2022

The British Comparative Literature Association is proud to sponsor the Cultural Literacy Everywhere Virtual Symposium, “Dwelling”, hosted by University College Dublin. The Symposium will take place via Zoom, 11 – 13 May 2022. Download the full symposium programmeRegister for the symposium Abstracts and biographies KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Professor Alison Blunt, Queen Mary, University of LondonHome and …

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