Our next Page Breaks session will be on 17 November at 1 pm, and we’ll be discussing this Vanity Fair article on WeWork’s cofounder, Rebekah Neumann. Text (Watching) Rachel Dodes, ‘How Billionaire Rebekah Neumann Put the Woo-Woo in WeWork’ (via Vanity Fair) “Time” and “Place” Wed 17 November, 1 pm Zoom: Link (Password: pagebreaks) Looking forward … Continue reading “Page Breaks 17 November – How Billionaire Rebekah Neumann Put the Woo-Woo in WeWork”
On FRIDAY 12 November (from 9:30 am), we will be hosting our monthly Research day. This is an opportunity to work on your own research (while knowing that others are working at the same time), with periodic zoom calls to set and reflect on goals.
On Wednesday 28 July (from 9:30 am), we will be hosting our monthly Research Day for postgraduates in English Literature. This is an opportunity to work on your own research, while knowing that others are working at the same time. We have a shared schedule for the day, with periodic zoom calls to set and … Continue reading “Page Breaks Research Day – July 2021”
After much discussion, it’s finally happening! We’re talking about The Crown.
This week, we’re revisiting a favourite Page Breaks author: Patricia Lockwood, whose John Updike takedown brought us much joy last year.
This week, we’re dabbling in flash fiction!
Our reading for this week will be two short essays about train travel.
This week, we’re reflecting on pizza, and more broadly on how food can help us think more intently about authenticity and identity.
This week, we’re reflecting on the romance of an unsolved mystery, what it takes to be truly ‘off grid’, and the ethics of using technology to find someone who doesn’t want to be found.
This week, we’re reflecting on a gazillionaire, capitalism, space, and a company that began with books but ended up selling everything.