PROGRAMME

LANDSCAPE SURGERY meets on Tues. 2:00 – 4:00pm, BSQ room 1-01

Please note that due to space constraints, participation is for SCHG members and invited guests only

TERM 1 – AUTUMN 2019

 

8 Oct – Landscape Surgery Welcome Session

9 Oct – *Provincialism at Large* ‘Provincialism, Multilingualism and the Novel: early nineteenth century migration to South America and Jane Eyre’, presented by Josephine McDonagh (University of Chicago) – (2-4pm BSQ 1-03)

22 Oct – Post-PhD Book Writing Seminar, with contributions from Harriet Hawkins, Innes Keighren, Sofie Narbed and Thomas Dekeyser (all RHUL)

5 Nov – Report, screening and discussion of the TECHNE Conflux / Geohumanities Summer School “Listening: Field, Voice, Body” that took place in Bude, Cornwall in July 2019

19 Nov – *Provincialism at Large* ‘Customary rights, property and contested belongings in English commons and village greens, 1795-1965’ presented by Katrina Navickas (University of Hertfordshire)

3 Dec – Psychological approaches to Embodiment: Tamar Pincus (RHUL) and Manos Tsakiris (RHUL – TBC)

*Provincialism at Large is a new seminar series coordinated by Ruth Livesey (RHUL) that builds on collaboration and intersections between the Centre for Victorian Studies and the Centre for the GeoHumanities.

 

TERM 2 – SPRING 2020

 

14 Jan – On Scenography: a seminar curated by Jihane Dyer (RHUL) with Rachel Hann (University of Surrey)

 

28 Jan – Photography, Landscape, Memory: a seminar with Yoav Galai (RHUL Media Arts)

 

11 Feb – Everyday Cybersecurity: a seminar curated by Laura Shipp (RHUL)

 

25 Feb – Geography and Pessimism: A seminar by Thomas Dekeyser (RHUL)

 

10 Mar – Site-Writing Workshop with Jane Rendell, organized by Will Jamieson (RHUL)

 

 

TERM 3 – SUMMER 2020

 

 

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