[Msa-discuss] Stephen Regan at Modernism Seminar
PREYNOLD at holycross.edu
Thu Apr 12 09:17:48 EDT 2012
Please join the Modernism Seminar of the Mahindra Humanities Center at
Harvard on Wednesday, 18 April, at 6:00 p.m. for a talk by Stephen
“Naturalism and Impressionism at the Fin de Siècle:
George Moore's Esther Waters”
The presentation will take place in Room 133 of the Barker Center.
Stephen Regan, Professor of English at Durham University, is currently
a Visiting Scholar in the Department of English at Harvard. Educated at
the University of Toronto, he has taught at the University of London and
at Ruskin College, as well as working for the British Council in Poland.
He has published widely on British and Irish poetry, including books and
essays on Philip Larkin, W.B. Yeats, Louis MacNeice, and Seamus Heaney.
He is the author of two chapters, on Larkin and on Irish poetry, in the
new Cambridge History of English Poetry. Regan is the editor of The
Eagleton Reader, The Politics of Pleasure: Aesthetics and Cultural
Theory, and The Nineteenth-Century Novel: A Critical Reader, among other
volumes. His new edition of Esther Waters is in press at Oxford World's
Classics, the series in which his Irish Writing: An Anthology of Irish
Literature in English 1798-1939 also appeared.
There is free parking near the HHC at the Broadway Garage, on Felton
between Broadway and Cambridge Street. Just tell the attendant that
you're participating in an event at the Center. Normally the attendant
is welcoming, as long as it's after 5:00 p.m., even if we are
erroneously not on the good list.
We hope you'll be able to attend the session, which, as always,
includes discussion after the presentation.
This is the final session of the Modernism Seminar for the spring term.
Pending renewal of the seminar, we start again in September.
Details about the Center, including a calendar of events, are available
Paige Reynolds, College of the Holy Cross
preynold at holycross.edu
John Paul Riquelme, Boston University
jpriquel at bu.edu
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