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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EMPHASIS
EMPHASIS

Boris Jardine (HPS, Cambridge)
'Machines, mines and mathematics: Elizabethan artisans as agents of change'

EMPHASIS
Seminar
4 April
Room 246 (Senate House)
(HOBAR) Open University History of Books and Reading Seminar
(HOBAR) Open University History of Books and Reading Seminar

Nick Canty, 'Bibliotherapy in a University Setting. Are Publishers Meeting Demand?'

Book History and Bibliography Research Seminar
Seminar
6 April
Room 243 (Senate House)
Book Collecting Seminar
Book Collecting Seminar

Collecting Photography

Book Collecting Seminar Series
Seminar
14 April
Room 246 (Senate House)
ULEMLA
ULEMLA

Emeritus Professor Mike Irwin, looking in detail at six pairs of poems.

Seminar
18 April
Room 243 (Senate House)
The Book Historian’s Toolkit Short Course 2020
The Book Historian’s Toolkit Short Course 2020
Research Training
20 April - 21 April
Other
(HOBAR) Open University History of Books and Reading Seminar
(HOBAR) Open University History of Books and Reading Seminar

Sara Haslam, 'Literary Caregiving in the First World War: Networks, Professions and Precursors'

Book History and Bibliography Research Seminar
Seminar
20 April
Room 243 (Senate House)
Mary Wollstonecraft and Dissent: A Celebration
Mary Wollstonecraft and Dissent: A Celebration
Conference / Symposium
24 April - 25 April
Other
(HOBAR) Open University History of Books and Reading Seminar
(HOBAR) Open University History of Books and Reading Seminar

Stefano Rossoni, 'Towards a Bibliotherapeutic Approach to Ageing Masculinities'

Book History and Bibliography Research Seminar
Seminar
27 April
Room 243 (Senate House)

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