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MEMORI Seminar Cardiff – This Thursday

January 28, 2013

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Medieval and Early Modern Research Initiative
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Prof. Daniel Wakelin of St Hilda’s, Oxford, will be giving the first MEMORI paper of the semester this Thursday at 5.15 in room 2.03. The title of his talk is ‘When Scribes Stop Writing’. A wine reception will follow in 2.47.
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The next MEMORI seminar will be led by Prof. Andrew Hadfield of the University of Sussex, will be presenting a paper on ‘Lying in Early Modern Literature’. This will be on the 7th of February (not the 14th as previously advertised).

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