Recent Articles

Catholicism, Literature and the Arts: 1850 – Present (Conference, 5th-7th July)

Is there a distinctive tradition of ‘Catholic literature’? Through looking at writers such as James Joyce, T.S. Eliot, and Seamus Heaney, this is just one of the many questions that […]

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Towards a Literary Prehistory of the Welfare State, 1880-1920 (Public lecture, 4th May)

The British welfare state is under pressure like never before. At a time like this, it’s important to remember how and why it came about in the first place. Join Benjamin Kohlmann […]

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From the poet’s mouth: Poetry, culture and the literary scene in Tübingen (Poetry reading, 26th and 27th April)

Is there something divine in everyday life? Is there a source of human cognition and feelings? On 26 and 27 April, two young writers from the University of Tübingen will read […]

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