Tag Archives: Grief

Grief. Language. Art. (CfP, Conference, Liverpool, 8-10 July 2014)

Grief. Language. Art. University of Liverpool, 8-10 July 2014 For my rough sorrows; cease, be dumb and mute, Give up your feet and running to mine eyes, And keep your measures faor some lover’s lute, Whose grief allows him music … Continue reading

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Distant Voices, Still Lives: Revealing the Experience of Illness through the Narratives of Others Past and Present – Dr Claire McKechnie (Lecture, Edinburgh, 3 April 2013)

Distant Voices, Still Lives: Revealing the Experience of Illness through the Narratives of Others Past and Present Wed 3rd April 5.30pm – 6.30pm Jordanburn lecture theatre, Kennedy Tower, Royal Edinburgh Hospital Free but ticketed. Booking essential. A talk which reveals … Continue reading

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How can literary theories of mourning be brought into the 21st Century? Some help would be much appreciated!

Naomi Banks writes: I am due to present a paper at the ‘Poetry and Melancholia‘ conference this July in Stirling.  My contribution to this conference is based on a section of my PhD thesis on Northern Irish Elegy.  Elegy can … Continue reading

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