2017

2017 Programme
Tuesday
14 March
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Dr Katrina O’Loughlin (The University of Western Australia)
“‘Hardly any women at all’? Literary landscapes at the time of Jane Austen.”
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Venue: Murdoch Lecture Theatre (G.58, Ground Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Monday
27 March
1.00 PM
CMEMS Outreach Seminar
Professor Susan Broomhall & Brid Phillips (The University of Western Australia)
“Research Outreach: A ‘How To’ Seminar.”
Venue: Philippa Maddern Seminar Room (1.33, first floor, Arts Building) UWA
Tuesday
28 March
6.00 PM
PMRG Annual General Meeting, followed by Public Lecture @ 6.30 PM
Professor Susan Broomhall (The University of Western Australia)
“Love in a Time of War: Correspondence of the French Court in the Last Days of the Italian Wars.”
Venue: Austin Lecture Hall (1.59, First Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Tuesday
4 April
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Associate Professor Kieran Dolin (The University of Western Australia)
“‘The everyday stuff of life’:Jane Austen and the Law.”
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Venue: Ross Lecture Theatre (Ground Floor, Physics Building), UWA
Tuesday
16 May
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Colin Yeo & Dr Peta Beasley (The University of Western Australia)
“Bite-Sized Austen: New Interpretations in Doctoral Research.”
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Venue: Austin Lecture Hall (1.59, First Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Tuesday
20 June
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Professor Bob White (The University of Western Australia)
Sense and Sensibility and Jane Austen’s Lexicon of Emotions.”
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Venue: Woolnough Lecture Theatre (Geology Building), UWA
Tuesday
18 July
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Dr Ned Curthoys (The University of Western Australia)
“Jane Austen and the Promotion of Virtue.”
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Venue: Fox Lecture Hall (Ground Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Tuesday
8 August
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Dr Susanne Meurer (The University of Western Australia)
“Luther’s Reformation at 500: Luther’s Image and the First Media War.”
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Venue: Fox Lecture Hall (Ground Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Thursday
10 August
4.00 PM
CMEMS Moved Reading
“Doctor Faustus.”
Come along and watch or take part. Scripts provided on arrival.
For more info about the Moved Readings Project, click here.
Venue: New Fortune Theatre (Arts Building), UWA
Thursday
31 August
6.30pm for 7pm start
PMRG Annual Quiz Night
Venue: UWA Guild Tavern (Tables of 6)
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Tuesday
5 September
1.00 PM
CHE Lunchtime Seminar
Professor Simon Palfrey (University of Oxford)
“A Modern Seminary? Spenser’s The Faerie Queene Shaping the Modern.”
Venue: Arts Lecture Room 4 (G.60, Ground Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Wednesday
6 September
4.00 PM
CMEMS Moved Reading
“Demon’s Land” (a modern adaptation of The Faerie Queene), by Simon Palfrey.
Come along and watch or take part. Scripts provided on arrival.
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Venue: New Fortune Theatre (Arts Building), UWA
Tuesday
12 September
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Professor Jacqueline Van Gent (The University of Western Australia)
“Luther and the Devil.”
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Venue: Fox Lecture Hall (Ground Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Thursday
12 October
4.00 PM
CMEMS Moved Reading
“Antony and Cleopatra.”
Come along and watch or take part. Scripts provided on arrival.
For more info about the Moved Readings Project, click here.
Venue: New Fortune Theatre (Arts Building), UWA
Saturday
7 October
UWA Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies and Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group XXIIIrd Annual Conference
“The Natural and the Supernatural in medieval and Early Modern Worlds.”
Venue: University Hall, The University of Western Australia
Registration for this event is essential. For more information visit the conference website.
Thursday
3 October
3.30 PM
CMEMS/Lund University Seminar
Dr Jane-Heloise Nancarrow (The University of Western Australia)
“Evolving Chinese Heritage Landscapes: Digital Visualisation and Tunpu ‘Cultures of Emotion’.”
Venue: Philippa Maddern Seminar Room (1.33, first Floor, Arts Building), UWA
Thursday
26 October
4.00 PM
CMEMS Moved Reading
“Titus Andronicus” (the chopped version!)
Come along and watch or take part. Scripts provided on arrival.
For more info about the Moved Readings Project, click here.
Venue: New Fortune Theatre (Arts Building), UWA
Tuesday
31 October
6.00 PM
IAS/CMEMS Public Lecture
Dr Kirk Essary (The University of Western Australia)
“Myth, Memory, and the Making of History.”
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Venue: Fox Lecture Hall (Ground Floor, Arts Building), UWA