Events at the John Rylands Research Institute
Our events provide opportunities for everyone, from expert scholar to interested visitor, to engage with our research activity.
Digital Humanities Seminar to be given by Dr Michael Falk, Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century Studies at the University of Kent. Dr Falk is a digital humanist and scholar of eighteenth-century literature on a global scale. He researches how core concepts such as ‘modernity’, ‘Enlightenment’ or the ‘self’ evolved across the world. He is..
Little poetry magazines had a profound impact on literature in the late twentieth century as a conduit for the avant-garde during a period when the mainstream British literary press was largely controlled by just a handful of traditionalists who abhorred experimentalism. As new exciting forms of verse and literature developed on both sides of..
The word ‘veil’ most commonly connotes a piece of cloth worn on the body not primarily for warmth or protection, but as a symbol, usually of modesty or withdrawing from a public realm. In many cultures, veils have held a contradictory status of concealing the (most often female) body and of heightening the significance of exposure. In Euro..
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