Information about the invited speakers:
SARAH WOOD: Sarah Wood is reading Jean Genet, The Miracle of the Rose:
‘Nothing will prevent me, neither close attention nor the desire to be exact, from writing words that sing.’
She is writing a book of essays,Creations of Sound, and editing an issue of Oxford Literary Review on Deconstruction and Poetry. She is Senior Lecturer in the School of English and American Literature at the University of Kent.
She is also a founding editor of Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities and a member of the London Graduate School.
Also participating in person or electronically in various different capacities, with their voices singing diverse harmonies around the theme:
GREG GARRARD (Bath Spa); KATHERINE HARLOE (Reading); DUNCAN KENNEDY (Bristol); GENEVIEVE LIVELEY (Bristol); SABINA LOVIBOND (Oxford); CHARLES MARTINDALE (Bristol); ELEANOR MORGAN (Slade); SHUSHMA MALIK (Bristol); PANTELIS MICHELAKIS (Bristol); KATE NICHOLS (York); IKA WILLIS (Bristol) (more tbc)
Speakers Include: Abigail Baker, William Batstone, Jacques A Bromberg, Caroline Bruce, Clare Foster, Martin Gak, Thomas Hunt, Lynn Kozak and Carina de Klerk, Adam O’Brien, Matthew Mackisack, Lisa McNally, Angelica Nuzzo, Helen Roche, Monika Schwärzler, Helen Slaney.
Abstracts and Bios to follow