Page Breaks: RBG’s collars, and the power of fashion

Page Breaks this week will be on Wed 07 October at 1pm. We’ll be thinking about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and (among other things) her use of feminist fashion. Our main text for this week is Vanessa Friedman’s New York Times¬†commentary, ‘Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Lace Collar Wasn’t an Accessory, it was a Gauntlet’

1 October 2020 by

Page Breaks – We’re Back!

Our first Page Breaks of 2020-21 will be on Wed 30 July at 1pm. We’ll start the new academic year by thinking about literary responses to the pandemic – past, present, and future. Our text for this week is Parul Seghal’s article “In Search of Time Lost and Newly Found”.

23 September 2020 by

Page Breaks: Works Loved – Endings (or whatever)

(But just for now!) On Wednesday 29 July (1 pm), we will be hosting our final Page Breaks of the 2019-2020 academic year. We’ll be returning to our ‘Works Loved’ format, with a provisional theme of ‘Endings’. (But equally, feel free to come with anything you like!)

22 July 2020 by

Page Breaks Research Day: 22 July

  On Wednesday 22 July (from 9 am), we will be hosting our next Page Breaks Research day. This will be 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.

15 July 2020 by

Page Breaks Research Day

On Wednesday 1 July (from 9 am), we will be hosting our next Page Breaks Research day. This will be 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.

24 June 2020 by

Page Breaks: Cunk on Shakespeare

“I’ve been studying Shakespeare ever since I was asked to do this programme…” On Wed 24 June (1pm) we’re discussing comedian Diane Morgan’s glorious Cunk on Shakespeare.

19 June 2020 by

Page Breaks: Research Day

On Monday 22 June (from 9 am), we will be hosting the first-ever Page Breaks Research day. This will be 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.

18 June 2020 by