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If you have an interest in Comparative Criticism and Translation Studies, come along to our friendly discussion group, convened by graduate students and early career academics working on literature and theory across national, linguistic, historical, and disciplinary boundaries. Current conveners are Karolina Watroba and Valeria Taddei. If you'd like to join our mailing list, please send a blank email to email@example.com. If you have any questions, please email Karolina Watroba: firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome suggestions for texts and topics for discussion. If you have ideas, or you'd like to get involved, please do let us know.
Programme for Michaelmas Term 2018 coming soon!
Trinity 2018: Comparative Reading Out of Context
Hilary 2018: Comparative Reading Out of Context
Michaelmas 2017: Comparative Reading Out of Context
Trinity 2017: Reading Out of Context
Hilary 2017: Aesthetic Judgement Out of Context
Michaelmas 2016: Key Issues in the Methodology of Comparative Study
Trinity 2016: Multilingualism
Hilary 2016: Intermediality
Michaelmas 2015: Ambiguity; Inter-Asian Comparisons - Material Culture, Body, and Image
Trinity 2015: Aesthetics Today; Inter-Asian Comparisons - Comparisons between East-Asian Cultures
Past conveners: Kate Costello, Oriental Studies; Anita Paz, Ruskin School of Art; Amy Xiaofan Li, Oriental Studies; Kasia Szymanska, Medieval & Modern Languages; Peter Hill, Oriental Studies; Rosie Lavan, English.