Events

Fall 2018:

Nov. 1: Deborah Baker (a Kaplan Artist-in-Residence) will give a talk about her new book, The Last Englishmen: Love, War, and the End of Empire, 12:30-1:50 pm in Harris 108. More on Baker and the book here.

Nov. 13: Erik Linstrum (History, Univ. of Virginia) will present “What They Knew: Violence at the End of Empire,” 5:15 pm in Harris 108.

A boxed lunch and masterclass on methodology will precede the lecture, 12:30-1:50 pm, in a History Seminar Room TBA. More on Prof. Linstrum here.

Winter 2019:

Feb. 7-8: Adela Pinch (English, Univ. of Michigan), a lecture and masterclass co-sponsored with LNCC. More on Prof. Pinch here.

Mar. 7: Lauren Goodlad (English, Rutgers Univ.) will present Wuthering Heights as Crime Fiction: Ontological Reading and the Case of the Occulted Landscape,” 5:15 pm in the Hagstrum Room, University Hall.

A boxed lunch and masterclass on methodology will precede the lecture, 12:30-1:50 pm, in an English Department Seminar Room TBA. More on Prof. Goodlad here.

Spring 2019:

May 21 (week of): Preeti Chopra (Art History/History/Architecture, Univ. Wisconsin-Madison), a lecture and masterclass co-sponsored with LNCC. More on Prof. Chopra here.

More events and details will be added when confirmed.

Events Tied to the Nicholson Center for British Studies at the University of Chicago