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Religion and Romanticism Conference - call for papers

This conference aims to revisit and refamiliarize the religious commitments, debates and foundations which pervaded the mental lives and writings of the Romantics. Conference will be held on 22 January 2005 Further details here

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Lecturer wins prestigious Thomas Mann Prize

Dr Malte Herwig, Lecturer in German Studies, has been awarded the Thomas Mann Prize by the Deutsche Thomas Mann-Gesellschaft for his forthcoming book on science in Mann's work. This is the first time that the prize has been awarded, and represents a considerable achievement for the author and the School. The award ceremony took place in L├╝beck, Mann's birthplace, and was widely reported in the European media. The text of the citation can be found at http://www.buddenbrookhaus.de/tmg/tm_tagung_aktuell.html and there are details about the book at http://www.klostermann.de/lit/lit_3352.htm

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Publishing Research Seminars

The following seminars will be held this term: Wednesday 28 April Chris Jennings will give a talk on 'Blogging', in R115 at 1pm. Wednesday 12 May Juliet Gardiner will speak on 'The Faceout Author, in HK6 at 1pm. Wednesday 26 May Padmini Mongia will give a paper on 'Marketing Indochic', in HK5 at 1pm All are welcome. For further information, contact Claire Squires .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Oxford Brookes at Bologna

Eleven students from the MA in Publishing and one member of staff attended the Bologna Children's Book Fair from 14-17 April 2004. Students had the opportunity to see the children's book publishing world in action. Students had meetings with various children's publishers and agents, including David Fickling (publisher of Philip Pullman and Mark Haddon), and Catherine Clarke of the Felicity Bryan Agency (who represents several children's authors).

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