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5th Annual School of Arts and Humanities Research Conference - Day Two

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The fifth Annual Research Conference from the School of Arts and Humanities featuring presentations from the postgraduate community, staff researchers and keynote speakers.

  • From: Friday 19 June 2015, 12 am
  • To: Friday 19 June 2015, 12 am
  • Location: Lecture Theatres 5 and 7, Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
  • Booking deadline: Monday 19 June 2017, 12.00 am
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Event details

The fifth Annual School of Arts and Humanities Research Conference will include:

  • postgraduate research posters showcasing the School's outstanding research
  • staff and student presentations
  • keynote lectures
  • networking opportunities
  • lunch and refreshments.


Friday 19 June, Lecture Theatres 5 and 7, Newton building

8.45 am - 9 am: Registration and Refreshments

9 am: Keynote Speaker: Dr Vicky Ball (University of Sunderland) - The Queer World of Bad Girls, chaired by Gary Needham

10 am: Researching at the Edge: Gimps, Paedos and MILFs, chaired by Gary Needham

Mr Gary Needham- Bringing out the Gimp

Dr Cuneyt Cakirlar- Losing Mothers: Erotics of Motherhood and the Queer Allure of Julianne Moore as MILF

Dr Simon Cross- Child’s Play: Jimmy Savile, Paedophile Culture and Hypocrisies of Light Entertainment

11.45 am: Refreshment break

12 pm: After Territoriality: Writing Spaces in the 21st Century, chaired by Dr Sharon Ouditt

Dr Jenni Ramone- Reading Takes Place: Reading and The Politics of Space in Leonardo Padura’s Havana Quartet

Dr Carl Thompson- Shipwrecks, Mutineers, Cannibals: Maritime Mythology and the Political Unconscious in the Long Eighteenth Century

Professor John Goodridge- Recovering Labouring-class Poetry, 1700-1900: Issues and Examples

1.30 pm: Lunch break and poster viewing

2.30 pm: Closing Keynote Speaker: Professor Lesley Wheeler (Washington & Lee, USA) - Enlarging Grasps of Disorder: Critical and Creative Work, chaired by Dr Sarah Jackson

Conference closes at approximately 3.15 pm

Booking information

This event is free and open to staff and students.

We require you to book your place in advance using the booking form. This enables us to accurately forecast catering and room requirements for the event.

Location details


Lecture Theatres 5 and 7, Newton building, Main Entrance


Nottingham Trent University
City Campus
Goldsmith Street


Please use the Trinity Square Car Park or public transport.

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