Our second 21/22 session will be on next Monday 6th December from 18:00-19:00 via Zoom, so save the date in your calendars!
Our next Romance Reading Group online session is based on Contemporary Romance. Our first 21/22 session will be on next Monday 1st November 2021 from 18:00-19:00 via Zoom, so save the date in your calendars! RSVP via: https://romancegroup.wixsite.com/home/event-details/contemporary-romances This month, the Romance Reading Group will be focusing on the most commercially-successful sub-genre of romance: Contemporary Romance. This academic year, … Continue reading “Romance Reading Group: Contemporary Romance”
Our next Romance Reading Group online session is based on Fat Heroines, Body positivity and Romance! Our next 20/21 session will be on Thursday 18th March 2021 from 17:30-19:00, so save the date in your calendars! It will be on: Fat heroines, Body Positivity and Romance. Have you ever read a popular romance with a fat heroine? … Continue reading “Romance Reading Group: Fat Heroines, Body Positivity and Romance”
Due to sickness, the below Romance Reading Group session on ‘Queer Romance Novels’ has now been postponed to the following week, Thursday 28th January at the same time, 17:30-18:30ish. We are very sorry for any inconvenience. Your registration will remain the same and so will the Zoom link you have been sent, but this will … Continue reading “Romance Reading Group: Queering the Romance”
Join us for our fun, informal event on Christmas, Romance and Popular Films… Please RSVP now via our website – (https://romancegroup.wixsite.com/home/event-details/christmas-romance-and-popular-films) You will be sent links to Zoom, some short videos and photos to look over. When you think of Christmas romance, Disney films, and princes and princesses, you may expect fairy-tale-like heteronormative narratives of … Continue reading “REMINDER – Romance Reading Group: Christmas Special, Thurs 10th December, 17:30-19:00”
Launching on Thursday 13th February 2020, the Romance Reading Group will be running bi-monthly, postgraduate-led sessions on Thursdays 4:00-6:00 in Arts 439. These sessions will all focus on the undervalued yet meaningful popular genre: romance.