Jessica Syers: 'The Neopicaresque in Context: Reading Genre in the Real World'

'The Neopicaresque in Context: Reading Genre in the Real World'

Wednesday 17th January 2018, 17:30 – Room G.05, 50 George Square

We're pleased to be able to announce the details of the next LLC Work-in-Progress seminar. This week, Jessica Syers, a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature, will be presenting a paper exploring the picaresque genre's relation to theory and historical context. Please join us for what promises to be another fascinating talk and discussion; as ever, there will be tea/coffee and biscuits.

Valentina Marcheselli (University of Edinburgh) and Natalia Nino (University of Edinburgh): PhD Showcase: Charting malnutrition: The politics of weight and height measurement during early childhood AND Life as we-don’t-know-it and the social construction

Valentina Marcheselli (University of Edinburgh) and Natalia Nino (University of Edinburgh): PhD Showcase: Charting malnutrition: The politics of weight and height measurement during early childhood AND Life as we-don’t-know-it and the social construction of unknowns.

[Science, Technology and Innovation Studies]

Professor Noortje Marres (University of Warwick): WORKSHOP: From the lab to the street? Mapping the issues of driverless cars with digital methods

Professor Noortje Marres (University of Warwick): WORKSHOP: From the lab to the street? Mapping the issues of driverless cars with digital methods

[Science, Technology and Innovation Studies]