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English Department

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.