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LINKS seminar: Publishing in CompLit - Top Tips from Experienced Editors
9 October 2018

This panel brings together experienced editors active in major publications and presses in the field of Comparative Literature. The speakers will share their expertise on the nuts and bolts of publishing and on current publishing trends in Comparative Literature.

Russian Film Club 2018-2019
17 October 2018

QMUL Russian Fiml Club dates for the academic year 2018-2019

Linguistics Guest Speaker Seminar | Andrew Murphy (Leipzig)
24 October 2018

As part of the linguistics department's Guest Speaker Seminar series, Dr Andrew Murphy (Leipzig) will present some of his recent research.

LINKS seminar: Keywords in World literary Studies - The “Collective”
6 November 2018

Lecture by Pablo Mukherjee, Professor of English and Comparative Literary Studies at University of Warwick and member of the Warwick Research Collection (WReC).

Linguistics Guest Speaker Seminar | Angelika Kratzer (UMass-Amherst)
28 November 2018

As part of the linguistics department's Guest Speaker Seminar series, Dr Angelika Kratzer (UMass-Amherst) will present some of her recent research.

Linguistics Guest Speaker Seminar | Brechtje Post (Cambridge)
12 December 2018

As part of the linguistics department's Guest Speaker Seminar series, Dr Brechtje Post (Cambridge) will present some of her recent research.

LINKS seminar: Masterclass with Rebecca Walkowitz
5 March 2019

A workshop for postgraduate and PhD students with Rebecca Walkowitz, Professor and Chair in the English Department and Affiliate Faculty in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University.

Russian Play 2019 "The Seagull" by Anton Chekhov
21 March 2019

2019 Russian play will be a performance of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull and will take place in the evening of 21-22 March 2019, in Arts 2 Film and Drama Studio Arts. If you are interested in coming yourself, or bringing a group, please email Dr Nadezda Bragina

International Conference: The Past, Present and Future of the Literary Anthology
14 June 2019

The power of the anthology as an instrument of knowledge production has long been recognised, and, since the 1980s, the genre has been problematised and contested both within specific instantiations and in scholarly research which takes the anthology as its subject. The anthology as such, however, has yet to be fully theorised, and this conference aims to move toward a more comprehensive conceptualisation of its forms, functions and cultural dynamics.

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