The Institute of English Studies runs an active programme of lectures, seminars, conferences, symposia, reading groups and summer schools. Unless otherwise stated, events are free and open to the public. Use the calendar below to view upcoming events and to register for conferences and lectures.

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Writing Skills Seminar
Writing Skills Seminar
Research Training
14 May
Room 246 (Senate House)
History of Libraries Seminar
History of Libraries Seminar

Alice Ford-Smith, library walk

History of Libraries
Seminar
14 May
Other
Hacking Moby-Dick
Hacking Moby-Dick

Convened by Christopher Ohge. “Melville’s Virtual Library and the Composition of Moby-Dick.”

Seminar
14 May
Room 234 (Senate House)
RELOCATED - Ezra Pound Cantos Reading Group
RELOCATED - Ezra Pound Cantos Reading Group

Svetlana Ehtee, University of New Brunswick, Cantos 72 and 73

Ezra Pound Cantos Reading Group
Seminar
15 May
Other
John Coffin Memorial Palaeography Lecture
John Coffin Memorial Palaeography Lecture
Lecture
15 May
The Chancellor's Hall (Senate House)
London-Paris Romanticism Seminar
London-Paris Romanticism Seminar

Jointly organised by the Institute of English Studies & the Institute of Modern Languages Research

London-Paris Romanticism Seminar
Seminar
17 May
Room G35 (Senate House)
RELOCATED - Nineteenth Century Studies Seminar
RELOCATED - Nineteenth Century Studies Seminar

Women and Religion
Dr Lesa Scholl (Adelaide) & Dr Elizabeth Ludlow (Anglia Ruskin)

Nineteenth Century Study Week 2019
Nineteenth Century Study Week 2019
Summer School
20 May - 24 May
Room 243 (Senate House)
Hacking Moby-Dick
Hacking Moby-Dick

Guest speaker, Dr Katie McGettigan (Royal Holloway): “Moby-Dick’s Material Texts.”

Seminar
21 May
Room 243 (Senate House)

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