Literary London Reading Group

The Schedule

First Session: Tuesday October 18th 2016, 6.00-7.30pm – Senate House, Room 243

Dr. Lisa Mullen (Worcester, Oxford)– ‘The Architecture of Visibility in Orwell’s London’

Second Session: Friday November 18th 2016, 6.00-7.30pm – Senate House, Room 234

Dr. Naomi Hetherington (Sheffield) — ‘Mapping Jewish London in Amy Levy’s Reuben Sachs

Third Session: Tuesday January 17th 2017, 6.00-7.30pm – Senate House, Room 243

Heather Scott (UCL) –”From flower to flower, from snow to snow’: Reading the 19th-Century Garden Cemetery’

Fourth Session: Tuesday, March 14th 2017, 6.00-7.30pm – Senate House, Room 243

Dr. Helena Goodwyn (QMUL) — ‘There’s a man being hanged in London at this moment’: Metropolitan Time in George Gissing’s New Grub Street.

Fifth Session: Tuesday, April 11th 2017, 6.00-7.30pm – Senate House, Room 243

Chris Woodley (Don’t Fail Safe Theatre Company) – ‘Confession of a Bromley Boy during Section 28: Next Lesson  by Chris Woodley.’

Sixth Session: Tuesday June 13th 2017, 6.00-7.30pm – Senate House, Room 243

Dr.Lauren Elkin  (Liverpool) — Title TBC

2 comments on “The Schedule

  1. jimmyess
    October 1, 2014

    Hello there,

    I was just wondering if this group is private or open to anyone interested in literary London?

    Jimmy

    • literarylondonrg
      October 3, 2014

      Hello Jimmy!

      Thanks for your message. Yes, the group is public and open to anyone with an interest in Literary London. As it’s a reading group, however, we encourage attendants to read the materials (available on the blog) in advance of the session — but otherwise there are no stipulations or requirements. So please do spread the word.

      We hope to see you there!

      Best Wishes,

      Lisa

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