The first of its kind ever held in Australia, this symposium brings together over 30 book reviewers, editors and academics to discuss the state of literary criticism in the public sphere today.
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Public Panels: Performance Space, The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 2pm – 4.30pm.
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For more information about this symposium contact Dr Melinda Harvey.
CFP: Marginal Notes Conference (Friday 23 September 2016)
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Call for Papers: Special Issue of Australian Humanities Review on Book Criticism in Australia
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Critical Matters Full Public Program
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Critical Matters Full Program
- Critical Matters Participants
Reading Memoir Symposium Centre for the Book, Monash University Monday 20 April 9.30am – … Continue reading Reading Memoir
Critical Matters Public Panels
The two public panels are themed ‘How Should a Critic Be?’ and ‘Making Criticism Matter’ … Continue reading Critical Matters Public Panels
Centre for the Book researchers in the media: May-June 2014
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CWWA Keynote abstracts
Chris Kraus In July, 1995 the American writer Kathy Acker met media theorist McKenzie Wark … Continue reading CWWA Keynote abstracts
The Fifth Biennial International Conference of the Contemporary Women’s Writing Association CONTEMPORARY WOMEN’S WRITING AND … Continue reading CWWA