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The Clark Lectures, sponsored by Trinity College, are on literature in English, broadly conceived. Past Clark Lecturers have included T.S. Eliot (1926), E.M. Forster (1927), C.S. Lewis (1944), Dame Helen Darbishire (1949), F.R. Leavis (1967), Richard Rorty (1987), Toni Morrison (1990), Abp Rowan Williams (2005), Seamus Heaney (2006), Elaine Scarry (2007), Sir Frank Kermode (2007), Roy Foster and Roger Chartier (2009) and Susan Wolfson (2011).

The Clark Lectures are open to all.

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Seminar after "Shakespearean Invention" lecture series

UserProf. Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary, University of London.

HouseOld Combination Room (OCR), Trinity College.

ClockThursday 16 February 2012, 17:00-18:00

Shakespeare and rhetorical closure

UserProf. Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary, University of London.

HouseMill Lane Lecture Room 3.

ClockWednesday 15 February 2012, 17:00-18:00

Shakespeare and the rhetoric of narrative

UserProf. Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary, University of London.

HouseMill Lane Lecture Room 3.

ClockWednesday 08 February 2012, 17:00-18:00

Shakespeare on beginning to speak

UserProf. Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary, University of London.

HouseMill Lane Lecture Room 3.

ClockWednesday 01 February 2012, 17:00-18:00

The Renaissance theory of rhetorical invention

UserProf. Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary, University of London.

HouseMill Lane Lecture Room 3.

ClockWednesday 25 January 2012, 17:00-18:00

Clark Lecture seminar in conjunction with the History of the Book seminar

All are welcome, but it would be helpful if persons who do not regularly attend the History of the Book Seminar would contact Prof. Boyd Hilton beforehand (ajbh1@cam.ac.uk)

UserProf. Roger Chartier (École des haute études en sciences sociales, Paris, and University of Pennsylvania).

HouseAllhusen Room, Trinity College.

ClockThursday 07 May 2009, 17:00-18:45

Forms Affect Meaning: Pauses and Pitches in Early Modern Texts

UserProf. Roger Chartier (Écoles des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, and University of Pennsylvania).

HouseMill Lane Lecture Halls.

ClockWednesday 06 May 2009, 17:00-18:00

Cardenio Lost. Or, How to Make a Play with Don Quixote?

UserProf. Roger Chartier (École des haute études en sciences sociales, Paris, and University of Pennsylvania).

HouseMill Lane Lecture Halls.

ClockMonday 04 May 2009, 17:00-18:00

Oisin Comes Home: Yeats as Inheritor

UserProf. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford).

HouseMill Lane Lecture Halls, Room 3.

ClockThursday 12 March 2009, 17:00-18:00

Lost in the Big House: Anglo-Irishry and the Uses of the Supernatural

Note change of day to Thursday

UserProf. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford).

HouseMill Lane Lecture Halls, Room 3.

ClockThursday 05 March 2009, 17:00-18:00

The First Romantics: Young Irelands between Catholic Emancipation and the Famine

UserProf. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford).

HouseMill Lane Lecture Halls, Room 3.

ClockTuesday 24 February 2009, 17:00-18:00

The Politicisation of Irish Literature

UserProf. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford).

HouseMill Lane Lecture Halls, Room 3.

ClockTuesday 17 February 2009, 17:00-18:00

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