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Previous Events (Series 4)
‘Diana Gabaldon and the American Obsession with Scotland’ with Dr. Rachel Noorda: 5.15pm, Monday 11 November, Room 205, 4 The Square, University of Glasgow.
Workshop: Debunking the Scholarly Journal Mystique: 2:30pm, Wed 2 October, Room 205, 5 University Gardens, University of Glasgow.
Jessie Fauset at the Front of Modernism, by Susan Tomlinson: 5.15 pm, Tuesday 1 October, Room 202, 4 University Gardens, University of Glasgow.
Previous Events (Series 3)
Helena Goodwyn, “Margaret Harkness, W. T. Stead and the Transatlantic Social Gospel Network”: 5:15pm, Wednesday 27th February, Room 202, 4 University Gardens, University of Glasgow.
Women in the Archives (National Library of Scotland): 2-4 pm, Tuesday 25th September, Board Room, National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EW
Helen Hanson, “Putting “Rebecca” on Trial: Daphne du Maurier and Hollywood’s mid-century Adaptation Industry”: 5.15, Tuesday 9th October, room 101, 5 University Gardens.
Jennifer Haytock, “Writing for France: American Women Writers and the Great War”, 5.15pm, Wednesday 17 October, 5.15, room 202, 4 University Gardens.
Protest and Activism Workshop, Wednesday 7th November 2-4.30pm, in collaboration with the Hook Centre for American Studies. Paper titles include:
- “Legacies of Resistance: From Womanist Writers to Radical Quilters,”
- “Beyond a Rise and Fall: Tennessee Student Activism, 1954-1975”
- “Ocean Hill Be-In: Children’s Books and educational activism”
Janine Bradbury, “Racial Passing and Its Transatlantic Contexts”, 5.15pm, Tuesday 20th November, Room 101, 5 University Gardens.
“What Zelda Fitzgerald Taught Me About Ballet, and Other Publishing Excursions” — The Publishing of Zelda Fitzgerald and Sylvia Townsend Warner by Handheld Press: Wednesday 23rd January 2019, 5:15pm, Room 202, 4 University Gardens.