LOOKING BACK ON THE END OF TIME:MODERNISM AND BEYOND. Keynote speakers: Randall Stevenson, Bryony Randall


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  1. * Matt says:

    Just a quick note to make everyone aware of the modernism and sublime one day symposium being held at the Tate, London on Monday 30th November. I shall be heading down from Stirling and it would be great to see some familiar faces! Info is here: http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/eventseducation/symposia/19418.htm You require a ticket for entry which should be bought in advance from the Tate ticket hotline.

    hope to see some of you there


    | Reply Posted 8 years, 10 months ago
    • * Kate says:

      Hi Matt
      Thanks for this, have copied in Paul, Alex, David, Anna and a few others who are reasonably close to London. Karen and I are going so you should see a few friendly faces, and will keep you posted on Barnes.
      See you in November,
      all best

      | Reply Posted 8 years, 9 months ago
  2. * cathryn setz says:

    I would just like to let modernists know about the Djuna Barnes Research Seminar that now runs on a monthly basis in Senate House, London. The next meeting will take place on Monday 9 November and begins at 6pm in the ground floor seminar room 0.35. We will be discussing Ladies Almanack, and all are welcome. If you would like to present at this seminar in the future or have any questions then please contact me at this email address – cathrynsetz@hotmail.com.
    Will look forward to seeing you there, Cathryn

    | Reply Posted 8 years, 9 months ago

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