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Programme 2019

Thursday 9th May 2019, 3 - 6 pm - Graduate Space, 4th Floor, Humanities


15.00 – 15.50 Session 1

Dr James Poskett - History

Materials of the Mind: Phrenology, Race, and the Global History of Science, 1815–1920 with University of Chicago Press (May 2019)

Dr Michela Coletta - SMLC

Decadent Modernity: Civilization and 'Latinidad' in Spanish America, 1880-1920

Liverpool University Press (October 2018)

Dr Yvette Hutchison – Theatre and Performance Studies

African Theatre 17: Contemporary Dance.

Woodbridge: James Currey/ Boydell & Brewer Inc. (Nov), Co-editing with Chukwuma Okoye (Nov 2018)

Contemporary Plays by African Women. Methuen (Co-editing with Amy Jephta) (28 Jan 2019)

Professor Thomas Docherty - English

Political English: Language and the Decay of Politics

Bloomsbury Press

Professor Thomas Docherty and Dr Birgit Breidenbach

Mood: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, New Theories



16.00 – 16.50 Session 2

Dr Simon Peplow - History

Race and riots in Thatcher’s Britain, MUP (Jan 2019)

Dr Theodora Hadjimichael - IAS and Department of Classics and Ancient History

The Emergence of the Lyric Canon

OUP (April 2019)

Dr Alessandra De Martino Cappuccio - SMLC

Diversità sulla scena Accademia University Press, Turin (2018)

co-editor with Paolo Puppa Emeritus Professor (University Ca’ Foscari), and Dr Paola Toninato (Warwick). A collection 11 essays in Italian.

Dr Joanne Garde-Hansen – Culture and Media Policy Studies

Remembering British Television: Audience, Archive and Industry by Joanne Garde-Hansen and Kristyn Gorton, Bloomsbury (March 2019)

Professor Zahra Newby – Classics and Ancient History

Newby and R. E. Toulson eds., The Materiality of Mourning, Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. 2018


17.00 – 17.50 Session 3

Dr Caroline Petit – Classics and Ancient History

Galien de Pergame ou la rhétorique de la Providence: Médecine, littérature et pouvoir à Rome, Brill (Sept 2018)

Dr Douglas Morrey – French Studies

The Legacy of the New Wave in French Cinema

Bloomsbury (Summer 2019)

Dr Anna Ross - History

Beyond the Barricades, OUP (Jan 2019)

Dr Maria Pavlova - SMLC

'Dreaming again on things already dreamed'. 500 Years of Orlando Furioso

Oxford: Peter Lang (2019), ed. by M. Dorigatti and M. Pavlova

Professor Rebecca Earle – History

Potato, Bloomsbury (March 2019)

Dr John T. Gilmore - English

Guillaume Massieu, Coffee: A Poem, translated and introduced by John T. Gilmore.

Todmorden: Arc Publications, 2019. (1 August 2019.)


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