Events, 2020-21

Autumn Quarter-2020

Reading Group
English Romantics
Poetry of William Blake, Lord Byron & John Keats

Autumn-Winter quarters (2020-21)

This reading group was organized by graduate students from the Committee on Social Thought (Matt Messerschmidt, Xinyue Zhang and David Hernandez).
[All books were purchased from the Seminar Coop]

Reading materials were purchased from the Seminary Coop.
 

Reading Group
English Poetry, Prose and the Theological Imagination 17th-Century Britain
John Dunne & Jeremy Taylor

Autumn-Winter quarters (2020-21)

This reading group was organized by graduate students Sam Gee and Sam Lee [All volumes were purchased from the Seminary Coop]

Reading materials were purchased from the Seminary Coop.

Winter Quarter-2021

Seth Kovan
G.E. Lessing Distinguished Professor of History and Poetics
Rutgers University


Tuesday, February 2nd

“Educating Conscience in Mid-Nineteenth Century British India”

Dr. Zachary Leonard, recent graduate of the Department of History and current Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences, will be providing comment.

This workshop was organized by the Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop, in conjunction with the Empires and Atlantics Forum, with support from the Nicholson Center for British Studies

Spring Quarter-2021

Spectacles of Decline

A Symposium on the Waning British Empire
March 8-12, 2021
Keynote Speakers:

Hazel Carby; Santanu Das; Jed Esty; James Hevia; Tariq Jazeel; Peter Kalliney; Anjuli Raza Kolb; Nasser Mufti; Elizabeth Oulka; Claire Seiler and Suman Seth

This seminar was organized by graduate students in the Department of English including Zachary Hope, Zoe Hughes, Rivky Mondal, Upasana Dutta

 

Anahid Nersessian
Associate Professor of English, UCLA

Wednesday, 26th May

“The Calamity of Form: On Poetry and Social Life

This workshop was organized by the Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Atlantic Cultures Workshop, with support from the Nicholson Center.

For a listing of past Nicholson Center Events, please visit our Events Archive.