A reminder of two events scheduled for this week:
The next seminar in the Auto / Bio / Fiction series is this Thursday, 17 November 2022, at 5.30pm (London time):
Hywel Dix, ‘Autofiction and Cultural Memory’ and Hanna Meretoja, ‘Metanarrative Life-Writing: Intersections of Life and Narrative in Autofiction and Biofiction’.
Click here for more information and to register (registration is required to receive the zoom link).
On Friday 18 November 2022, at 6pm, as part of the London Beckett Seminar, Dr Michael Krimper (Gallatin School of Individualized Study, New York University) will present the paper “The Insurgent Art of Failure: Beckett, Sade and the Lost Volume of Transition”.
To attend, please register by email.
A reminder that the first seminar in the Sing in me, Muse: The Classical, the Critical, and the Creative is tonight at 5.30 GMT.
Poet Abigail Ardelle Zammit will read from her work in progress #wearedaphne and discuss how she has adopted hybridity and erasure as a vehicle for dissent. Her dialogue with Ovid’s Metamorphoses employs the violence of the blackout technique as literary tool and political commentary, selecting and obscuring words from Ovid’s tales – most noticeably from Daphne’s transformation into a tree – to retell the events leading to and following the assassination of the controversial Maltese investigative journalist Daphna Caruana Galizia.
Click here for more information and for the booking link – registration is required to receive the zoom link to attend.