The Institute of English Studies runs an active programme of lectures, seminars, conferences, symposia, reading groups and summer schools. Unless otherwise stated, events are free and open to the public. Use the calendar below to view upcoming events and to register for conferences and lectures.

Covid-19: The Institute of English Studies is currently holding all events online. 

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Literary London Reading Group
Literary London Reading Group

Dr Eva-Charlotta Mebius (Watts Gallery) - 'London After London: Apocalyptic London from Mary Shelley to Lockdown'

Institute of English Studies
Seminar
13 April
Other
London-Paris Romanticism Seminar
London-Paris Romanticism Seminar

Jane Stabler (University of St Andrews)
Down and Out in Paris and London: The Unseen, the Unsaid, and the Unsayable in Byron’s Manuscripts

Institute of English Studies
Seminar
16 April
The Bibliographical Society: Graham Pollard Memorial Lecture: Edward Wilson-Lee, Hernando Colón and the Universal Library Machine
The Bibliographical Society: Graham Pollard Memorial Lecture: Edward Wilson-Lee, Hernando Colón and the Universal...

Graham Pollard Memorial Lecture: Edward Wilson-Lee, Hernando Colón and the Universal Library Machine

Institute of English Studies
Lecture
20 April
Creative, Critical, Editing: A Virtual Symposium
Creative, Critical, Editing: A Virtual Symposium

Roundtable discussion

Institute of English Studies
Conference / Symposium
22 April
Online
Contemporary Innovative Poetry Research Seminar
Contemporary Innovative Poetry Research Seminar

Progfessor Jeanne Heuving (University of Washington), 'Impeded Speech: Decontextualisation and Bent Words in the Work of Nathaniel Mackey'.

Institute of English Studies
Seminar
28 April
Digital Scholarly Editing: An Introduction
Digital Scholarly Editing: An Introduction

LRBS Spring Short Course

Institute of English Studies
Short Course
3 May - 7 May
German Palaeography
German Palaeography

LIPSS Spring Course

Institute of English Studies
Short Course
4 May - 5 May
History of Libraries Seminar
History of Libraries Seminar

Meghan Constantinou (Librarian, The Grolier Club, New York): `Private Library Catalogues as Sources for Library History: an Appreciation’

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