Book Launches

Polak coverIva Polak’s monograph, Futuristic Worlds in Australian Aboriginal Fiction, will be launched at Cafe U Dvoristu in Zagreb on Thursday 14 December.










Oliver coverEmily Oliver’s monograph, Shakespeare and German Reunification: The Interface of Politics and Performance, was launched at the German Department at King’s College London on Thursday 23 November at 6 pm.









Violi coverPatrizia Violi’s monograph Landscapes of Memory: Trauma, Space, History will be launched at the Memory and Space Conference at the Senate House in London on Thursday 30 November at 6.30 pm. Professor Violi will also be giving a keynote address at the conference. To register for the conference, please click here.








Bianchi & Garfitt coverNicolas Bianchi and Toby Garfitt’s edited collection Writing the Great War / Comment écrire la Grande Guerre? was launched in the Common Room, History Faculty at the University of Oxford on Tuesday 28 November at 5.30 pm.









Noy coverIrene Noy’s monograph, Emergency Noises: Sound Art and Gender, was launched on Tuesday 28 November at 6 pm at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. To register for the event, please click here.









Kirkland coverEwan Kirland’s monograph, Children’s Media and Modernity: Film, Television and Visual Games, was launched on Friday 20 October at 11 am at the Duke of York’s Picture House in Brighton.









Davies et al. (Fighting Words) coverFighting Words: Fifteen Books that Shaped the Postcolonial World, edited by Dominic Davies, Erica Lombard and Benjamin Mountford, was launched on Friday 20 October at 12.30 pm in the Radcliffe Humanities Building at the University of Oxford. For more information, please click here.









Robert CraiCraig & Linge coverg and Ina Linge’s edited collection Biological Discourses was launched on Friday 6 October at St John’s College, Cambridge in the Wilberforce Room at 5pm. Please RSVP OR










Mapping Cinematic Norths: International Interpretations in Film and Television, edited by Julia Dobson and Jonathan Rayner, was launched on 19 July at Blackwell’s Bookshop, Jessop West, Sheffield.









Davies (Imperial Infrastructure) cover

Imperial Infrastructure and Spatial Resistance in Colonial Literature, 1880-1930, by Dominic Davies, was launched on 7 June in the Colin Matthew Room in the Radcliffe Humanities Building, Oxford.









Ready coverPersisting in Folly: Russian Writers in Search of Wisdom, 1963-2013, by Oliver Ready, was launched on 16 May in the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre Library Reading Room at St Antony’s College, Oxford.









buxton-et-al-coverInHabit: People, Places and Possessions, edited by Antony Buxton, Linda Hulin and Jane Anderson, was launched on 3 May at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities  (TORCH). It was featured as part of the Centre’s fortnightly book discussion ‘Book at Lunchtime’.








beleza-park-coverMário de Sá-Carneiro, A Cosmopolitan Modernist, edited by Fernando Beleza and Simon Park, was launched on 26 April at the Taylor Institution in Oxford.











Community Action in a Contested Society: The Story of Northern Ireland, by Avila Kilmurray, was launched on 26 April at 29 Notting Hill, Malone, Belfast.









kelly-oconnell-coverComparative Becomings: Studies in Transition, edited by Michael G. Kelly and Daragh O’Connell, was launched on Friday 24 February at University College Cork. The event took place at the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, as part of a multiple book launch to celebrate recent publications by members of the School.








neely-coverBetween Categories: The Films of Margaret Tait: Portraits, Poetry, Sound and Place, by Sarah Neely, was launched at the Glasgow Film Festival on 16 February. The event was organised by LUX Scotland and held at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow.








shields-coverL’anglais en France : Attitudes et representations des blogueurs francophones, by Kathleen Shields, was launched on Tuesday 14 February at the Alliance Française, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.











Self-Giving, Self-Mastery: St John Paul II on Men, Women and Conjugal Chastity, by Fr Alan O’Sullivan OP, was launched on Tuesday 7 February at 23 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Archbishop Charles Brown, Papal Nuncio to Ireland, spoke at the launch.









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