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The Landmarks in Book History Seminars are organised by The Open University’s Book History Research Group and the Institute of English Studies, University of London. Wednesday 22 February 2012, Senate House Room 103, 17.30-19.00 Dr Stephen Colclough (Bangor) will be talking about Robert Darnton’s ‘First Steps Towards a History of Reading’. Continue reading
Department of English, The Open University, and The Institute of English Studies Wednesdays 5.30-7 pm, Institute of English Studies, Senate House, University of London Romantic Lives The spring seminar series of the Open University Romantic Period Seminar is organised under … Continue reading
‘Key Voices of the 1790s’ is the title of the Romantic Period Seminar for Autumn 2011, to be held on Wednesdays 5.30-7.30 pm, and organized by the Open University at the Institute of English Studies, Senate House, University of London. The first of the seminars will be led by Professor Pamela Clemit (Durham University). Following the publication this year of the first volume of her edition of the letters of William Godwin, she will talk about the impact that Godwin made upon the culture and politics of Britain in the ‘Revolutionary decade’.