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Leeds Trinity University will host the 20th Anniversary and Public Lecture for the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies on Monday the 19th May 2014.
The 4th Annual Public Lecture of the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies will be given by Professor Regenia Gagnier, Professor of English at the University of Exeter and former President of the British Association of Victorian Studies. A distinguished scholar who has read on subjects including Oscar Wilde and nineteenth-century autobiography, Professor Gagnier’s topic is ‘The Global Circulation of Actants and Ideas: in the Niche of Nature, Culture, and Technology’.
This free lecture, which begins at 7pm, is preceded by a wine reception from 6pm, at which all are welcome.
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Leeds Trinity University
Set in 40 acres of attractive grounds Leeds Trinity University is a self-contained campus offering excellent facilities and services for conferences. Leeds Trinity is one of three Universities within Leeds and can be found in the town of Horsforth, 6 miles away from the city centre and a 15 minute walk between the university and Horsforth train station. Leeds Trinity offers a diverse variety of courses and opportunities for its students. With 94% of Leeds Trinity’s 2013 graduates within work or further education within six months, the university is first amongst universities in Yorkshire and Humberside for graduate employability. Leeds Trinity University is committed to providing student-centred degree courses and with access to state-of-the-art facilities and award-winning accommodation, offers one of the region’s best equipped and most attractively situated event venues.