Sixth Annual School of Arts and Humanities Research Conference – Day One
The Sixth Annual Research Conference from the School of Arts and Humanities, featuring presentations from the postgraduate community, staff researchers and keynote speakers.
- From: Thursday 23 June 2016, 9 am
- To: Thursday 23 June 2016, 5 pm
- Location: Lecture Theatre 7, Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
Day one of the Sixth Annual School of Arts and Humanities Research Conference will include:
- staff and student presentations
- keynote lecture from Dr Bradley Stephens, University of Bristol
- inaugural lecture from Dr Chris Reynolds, NTU
- networking opportunities
- lunch and refreshments.
Thursday 23rd June 2016
9 am: Registration and refreshments
9.30 am: Keynote lecture by Dr Bradley Stephens, University of Bristol – Victor Hugo, Stronger in Europe?
10.30 am: Modern Languages panel
- Dr Sergio Vidal – Narrative Alliances. Notes on Genre Combination, Interdiscursivity, Transgenericity and Interdisciplinarity
- Dr Emanuela Cervato – The Asystematic System: Giacomo Leopardi’s Zibaldone di Pensieri
- Dr Pauline Henry-Tierney – Translating the Transgressive: Gender, Sexuality and Corporeality in Contemporary Women’s Writing in French
11.45 am: Refreshment break
12 pm: Readership inaugural lecture by Dr Chris Reynolds – Sous les pavés... The Troubles: Recovering the Memory of Northern Ireland's 1968.
1 pm: Lunch and networking opportunity
2 pm: Communication, Cultural and Media Panel
- Professor Martin O'Shaughnessy – Filming Machinic Enslavement
- Dr Colin Alexander – Merging Public Diplomacy Practice and Critique: Lessons from Colonial India
3.15 pm: Refreshment break
3.30 pm: Postgraduate researcher panel
- Agathe Zobenbuller – Lagarce parmi nous: Palimpsest, Trace and Spectre in the Work of Jean-Luc Lagarce
- Richard Bullock – Election or Selection – Parliamentary Representation from the East Midlands 1600-1640
- Katie Sutton and Veronica Bhaghe-Vaan – Methodologies for Analysing the Public: Two Linguistic Approaches
Day one closes at 5 pm.
This event is free and open to staff, students, and external guests.
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.
Please use the Trinity Square Car Park or public transport.