Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies 2012

5pm on Tuesdays in Trinity Term, 2012. University of Oxford
Design: Rhys Tranter
The University of Oxford has announced the speakers for this year's Samuel Beckett Debts and Legacies series:

Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies 2012 
University of Oxford

5pm on Tuesdays in Trinity Term, 2012.
New Seminar Room, St John’s College, Oxford.

24 April — Dr David Addyman
(Archival Research Fellow, University of Bergen, Norway)
“Beckett translating Duthuit: a New Philosophical landscape.”

1 May — Dr David Wheatley
(Senior Lecturer, University of Hull)
"Sweet thing theology": Beckett, E. M. Cioran and the Lives of the Saints'

8 May — Dr Ulrika Maude
(Senior Lecturer, University of Reading)
“Amnesia, Sonambulism, Fugue: Beckett and Silent Film.”

15 May — Nick Thurston
(Artist and Writer, Information as Material)
“Reading Beckett out loud makes your jaw ache.”

22 May — Dr Emilie Morin
(Lecturer, University of York)
 ”Beckett’s debt to musique concrète.”

29 May — Professor Andrew Gibson
(Research Professor, Royal Holloway, University of London)
“Franco-Irish Beckett: Mercier et/and Camier in 1945-6.”

6 June — Alba Arikha
(Novelist and Musician)
“A different side of Sam: memories of a Parisian adolescent.”

12 June — Dr Julie Campbell
(Lecturer, University of Southampton)
“Beckett and the Third Programme.”

The series is kindly supported by the Faculty of English and St John’s College, University of Oxford. [Read More]

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