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To post on our Newsfeed, please email Waiyee Loh at W dot Loh at warwick dot ac dot uk. We welcome notices on people, projects, and events related to the study of the Global Nineteenth Century in and outside of Warwick.

Reading Novels in the World workshop

Dr Ross Forman (English and Comparative Literary Studies) is organising a follow-up session to the first "Reading Novels in the World" workshop, which was held at Warwick earlier this year in February. Come join us for Round Two on 14th October (Friday)! Click here for more details.

Thu 29 Sep 2016, 15:16 | Tags: events projects people

IAS Visiting Fellow: Professor Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos

Professor Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos from the University of São Paulo will be visiting the University of Warwick as an IAS Visiting Fellow from 16 - 26 May. Click here for the full programme of events.

Thu 12 May 2016, 15:23 | Tags: events projects people

The Novel, The Periodical Press, and the Global Circulation of Texts, 1789-1945

This workshop will be held at Warwick on 16th and 17th February 2016. Registration is free! Click here for more details.

Wed 20 Jan 2016, 11:27 | Tags: events projects

Reading Novels in the World

This is a workshop for PG students, ECRs, and faculty interested in thinking methodologically about what it means to read literature across national boundaries. The workshop will be held at Warwick on 10th February 2016. Click here for the programme.

This workshop is part of the "Displacements: The Novel without Frontiers" project, jointly organised by Warwick and the University of São Paolo.

Wed 20 Jan 2016, 11:07 | Tags: events projects

Strangers in a Strange Land: The WWI Chinese Labour Corps, Their Place in History, Their Place on the Stage

On 1st December, there will be a special discussion panel focusing on the history of migrant Chinese workers in the First World War, held in conjunction with the development of a stage play dramatising this history. All are invited to attend! Click here for more details.

Tue 24 Nov 2015, 12:22 | Tags: events projects

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