November 19, 2008

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series Week 9

Arts Faculty Postgraduate Seminar Series

Week 9 Panel - Wednesday 26th November

The next seminar will meet on Wednesday Week 9 in the Wolfson Research Exchange (Library). Papers will be presented by PhD students from the English and German Departments:

JA Kusaka (English Dept.): "Hunger, War, and Communal Bonds in Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Sozaboy"

Jeanine Tuschling (German Dept.): “Hide and Seek: Authorship and Media Publicity in Elfriede Jelnek’s ‘Greed’”

Chair: Adam Putz (English Dept.)

Papers will start at 5.30pm, lasting approximately 20 minutes each with time for questions between each, followed by discussion and time to socialise over refreshments at the end - wine, soft drinks, and nibbles are provided.

All Arts Faculty Postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

For further enquiries, please contact one of the organisers:

Adam Putz: a.putz@warwick.ac.uk

Arina Lungu: a.n.lungu@warwick.ac.uk

Charlotte Mathieson: c.e.mathieson@warwick.ac.uk

Jeanine Tuschling: j.tuschling@warwick.ac.uk


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