Trial Lectures in English Literature ("Global Literatures")

Students and members of staff are cordially invited to attend the trial lectures for the new assistant professorship in Global Literatures (April 2-3, 2014, room KOL-G-217)

Wednesday, April 2 "Transmigrant memory and its discontents in New Zealand literature: Fiona Kidman and James McNeish"10.00-10.45
"Story Matters: Debris, Archive, Perspectives"14.00-14.45
"Melted Chocolate and Milk Bottles: Tourism and Neocolonial Relations in Tanika Gupta’s 'Sugar Mummies'"16.00-16.45
"Rise of the Anglo-Arab Novel: Between Cultures and Politics"18.00-18.45
Thursday, April 3"'A Different […] Experience': Graphic Novel Form and Exploring Postcolonial Subjectivity"08.00-08.45
"Born Translated? On Global Cartographies and Recent African Writing"10.00-10.45
"'New Africas': Approaching Afropolitanism"14.00-14.45
"South Asia and the Global Avant-Garde: The International Scope of South Asian Literary Modernisms"16.00-16.45

Please consult the posters at the English Department for more information.