Asides

CANCELLED: Nicky Marsh on Thomas Pynchon and money (tonight)

We regret to inform you that, owing to unforeseen circumstances, Prof. Marsh’s paper on ‘Gender and Sacrifice in the Work of Thomas Pynchon’ has been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Today’s CEIR paper by Lisa Stead, now at 6pm

Owing to a scheduling conflict, Lisa Stead’s paper—‘“Secrets of the Film World”: Archives, Cinema Writing and Interwar Intermedia’—will now take place at 6pm (for 6.10pm start) instead of 5.30pm. The venue is still Room 4.43 of the John Percival Building, and the talk will be followed by a wine reception. Apologies for the inconvenience. 

Visiting Speaker—Catherine Wynne: Change of Date

Owing to logistical issues, Catherine Wynne’s paper, ‘In dramatising a novel, there are many advantages but many difficulties’ (Bram Stoker): Victorian Fiction and the Stage, which was scheduled for the 21st of April, has been postponed to the 26th of May. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Romantic Imprints: BARS 2015 Conference Site now live!

The website for our forthcoming conference for the British Society for Romantic Studies, Romantic Imprints, is now live. The conference will be running in Cardiff, 16–19 July 2015. Please visit it for more details about the event, the Call for Papers and venue details.

Autumn 2012 speakers’ programme available

The CEIR speakers’ programme for the autumn 2012 session is now available, by visiting https://cardiffbookhistory.wordpress.com/events/speakers/. Fuller details and abstracts to follow shortly.