Beckett and Europe

MERL, University of Reading · 28-29 October 2015 Beckett and Europe28th – 29th October 2015 – MERL, University of ReadingAbstract Deadline: 8th June 2015Keynote Speaker: Dr David Tucker (Chester University) The Beckett at Reading Postgraduate group is pleased to announce a new postgraduate and Early Careers two-day conference with the theme of Beckett and Europe.…

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Beckett’s Bodies: Affect, Disability, Performance

SAMLA 85: Durham, NC Nov 13-15, 2015 The Samuel Beckett Society, Affiliated SessionConference of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA)Chair/contact: Michelle Rada, Brown University Beckett’s Bodies: Affect, Disability, Performance This panel seeks to explore the ways in which bodies are figured and disfigured in Beckett’s work. On their own constituting an expansive “body of…

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Beckett Digital Manuscript Project: L’Innommable / The Unnamable

New digital instalment places pioneering work of fiction under the magnifying glass The Making of Samuel Beckett’s L’Innomable / The Unnamable (BDMP2). The Beckett Digital Manuscript Project (www.beckettarchive.org) is pleased to announce the publication of the genetic edition of L’Innommable / The Unnamable, edited by Dirk Van Hulle and Shane Weller; technical realization: Vincent Neyt. This…

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Samuel Beckett Summer School 2014

Trinity College Dublin · 10-16 August 2014 Design: Rhys Tranter The 2014 Samuel Beckett Summer School runs from 10–16 August 2014. Applications now available from our website. Preliminary list of speakers: Elizabeth Barry Gerald Dawe Lois More Overbeck Laura Salisbury Anthony Uhlmann Dirk Van Hulle A Roundtable discussion, ‘Beckett beyond the Humanities’, chaired by Jonathan…

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MLA Convention: Chicago, 2014

An announcement from the Samuel Beckett Society Dear Friends and Colleagues For those of you who will be travelling to the pleasant climate of Chicago to attend the MLA Convention next week (9-12 January), may I draw your attention to the two panels organised by the Samuel Beckett Society: Samuel Beckett’s Fiction and the Vulnerability…

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