Research seminars 2017

Staff Seminar Series - Glen Pettigrove

Research Seminars 2016

Staff Seminar Series 2016

Research seminars 2015

February

Sue Wootton:  From go to whoa: a critical creative journey

April

Dr Alex Bevan: Designing for liveness: art direction and discourses of taste in Amercian early network television
Dr Nick Holm: The Politics of Deadpan in Australasian Satire

May

David Fauquemberg: To travel and to write does not one a travel-writer make

June

Dr Jack Ross: Anno Domini 2000; or, Woman’s Destiny. Julius Vogel’s fantasies of gender and race
Dr Ingrid Horrocks: Unsettling Imaginaries: Exploring Place in Essays by Geoff Park, Steve Braunias and Lynn Jenner

July

Associate Professor James Watson:  Keeping the Home Fires Burning: How New Zealand Adjusted to a Reduced Workforce in the First World War

August

Dr Bill Angus: Church Magic and the Apotropaic Witch-Posts of Early Modern Yorkshire
Martin McMorrow: Supporting Reflective Writing Development

James Smithies: An Introduction to Digital Humanities

September

Dr Jenny Lawn: Antigone as Male Hysteria: Pakeha Settler Masculinity and the Spectacular Corpse in Carl Nixon’s Settler’s Creek

October

Dr Brian McDonnell: Graham Greene and Film Noir: Writing at the Intersection of British and American Film
Dr Kevin Glynn: Neoliberalism, Surveillance and Media Convergence

November

Rebecca Styles: Rewriting History: Family Narratives and Historical Events

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