5pm on Tuesdays in Trinity Term, 2014. University of Oxford

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The University of Oxford has announced the speakers for this year’s Samuel Beckett Debts and Legacies series:

Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies 2014 
University of Oxford

5.30pm on Tuesdays in Trinity Term, 2014.
New Seminar Room, St John’s College, Oxford.
Attendance is free and open to all.

29 April — Dr Erik Tonning
(University of Bergen, Norway)
“‘Friendship of this world is fornication against Thee.’ Rereading Beckett on Saint Augustine.”

6 May — Dr David Tucker
(University of Chester)
“‘That first last look in the shadows’: Beckett’s Legacies for Harold Pinter.”

Thursday 15 May — Dr David Cunningham
(University of Westminster)
“What is Quad about? Beckett and the Literal.”

20 May — Dr Adam Winstanley
(University of York and Queen Mary, University of London)
“‘I feel / I feel it’s coming’: Beckett, Dostoevsky and Epilepsy.”

27 May — Dr Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield
(University of Reading)
“Wandering the archive of wandering.”

3 June — Dr Conor Carville
(University of Reading)
“Beckett, ‘Formes’ and Fascism.”

10 June — Dr Rhys Tranter
(Cardiff University)
”Late Stage: Trauma and Subjectivity in Samuel Beckett’s Not I

17 June — Half-Day Postgraduate Symposium, followed by: Dr Matthew Feldman (University of Teeside) “Beckett’s ‘late style’ and the influence of radio adaptations.”

You can find out more by visiting the official Debts and Legaces website. [Read More]

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Posted by:Rhys Tranter

Rhys Tranter is a writer and photographer who specialises in twentieth-century and contemporary culture. His writing has appeared in the Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, and a number of books and periodicals.

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