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  • Location: Shankland Library, Main Arts Building, Bangor University
  • Time: Wednesday 29 November 2017, 17:00–19:30
  • Presenter: School of English Literature
  • Contact: Dr Sue Niebrzydowski

November 2017

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Shankland Lecture: ‘“The bonds that unite us” (D. Trump): religion and literature in the 17th century’ and book launch

Shankland Lecture: ‘“The bonds that unite us” (D. Trump): religion and literature in the 17th century’ and book launch

Professor Emeritus Thomas Corns

Lecture in celebration of the launch of The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion’.

You are warmly invited to a special Shankland lecture on Wednesday 29th November at 5pm in Bangor University. The occasion is the launch of The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion, a pioneering volume edited by Andrew Hiscock and Helen Wilcox, both of Bangor University. The Handbook contains the work of over forty scholars of early modern literature and religion, working in universities in the U.K, continental Europe and North America. Our guest speaker will be Emeritus Professor Tom Corns, FBA, who will give a lecture entitled ‘“The bonds that unite us” (D. Trump): religion and literature in the 17th century’. The lecture will take place in the Shankland Library in the university’s Main Arts Building, and will be followed by the official launch of the book accompanied by celebratory drinks and music. The event is being hosted by the Stephen Colclough Centre for the History and Culture of the Book, and is open to all interested staff, students and friends of the Centre. We hope that many of the contributors to the volume will be able to join us, either in person or via video link, and we look forward to welcoming them to Bangor.

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