San Francisco, California
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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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