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Environmental Humanities-themed seminars in the department of English

Environmental Humanities-themed seminars in the department of English

The department of English seminar series is hosting two environmental humanities-themed speakers this semester.

On Friday 20th September David Farrier will give a paper entitled, ‘Reading Edward Thomas in the Anthropocene’; more excitingly, Greg Garrard, author of Ecocriticism, will give a paper on Friday 18th October (title tbc). Both events will begin at 4.30pm and take place in Faculty Room North, David Hume Tower, George Square.

Each event will be followed by a wine reception. All are welcome.

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