Institute of Humanities Research Seminar Series 2019

Sessions will be held at The Hive between 6:00-7:30pm. Refreshments will be provided. All welcome.

Wednesday 23 January:
“Born with a Kink”: Children who Kill in the Novels of Agatha Christie ‘Prof. Darren Oldridge (Worcester) and ‘Navalism, the ‘Rising Generation’, and the First World War ‘Dr Neil Fleming (Worcester). Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 30 January:
‘Layering voices: using Symbolist poetic techniques to write imagined memoir’ Ruth Stacey (Worcester) and Dr Jack McGowan (Worcester) Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 13 February:
Lucy Cooper (Worcester) Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 20 February:
Adrian Bell on the environmental, social and cultural impact of the 20th Century Agricultural Revolution’ Richard Hawking Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 27 February:
‘Resisting neoliberalism in contemporary black women’s fiction’ Amber Lascelles (Leeds) Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 13 March:
‘Exploring Hate Crime in Worcestershire and beyond’: Panel Discussion, Nadia Rashid(North Worcestershire Hate Incident Partnership), Adrian Symonds (West Mercia Police), Paul Kinsella (Chair of the Prevent Channel Panel) and Kirsty McGregor (Worcester) Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 27 March:
‘Ecofeminism to Alt-Right: Gay Frogs, Xenoestrogens and Contemporary Environmental Culture’, Dr Hannah Kate Boast (Birmingham) Meeting Room 2

Wednesday 10 April:
‘Nightmares about fossils’: Spectral Children in Hilary Mantel’s A Change of Climate’ Dr Lucy Arnold (Worcester)

Dr Rose Miller (Worcester) Glass Room, Level 0.

Wednesday 1 May:
‘Transnational mobility, social mobility and subjectivity’, Dr Radu Cinpoes (Kingston University, London) Glass Room, Level 0.

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