In last hard winter - who forgets, The frost of ninety-five?
Date: 22 Nov 2017
Start time: 16:00
End time: 18:00
Cost: Admission is free. Please contat Roland Clark to register: email@example.com
Location: Walbank Lecture Theatre
Abercromby SQ (south)
- Any UOL students
- Any UOL staff
- General Public
About the event
'In last hard winter - who forgets, The frost of ninety-five?' Exploring the UK's extreme weather history through literary response and recollection.
This talk by Georgina Endfield and Lucy Veale, both of the University of Liverpool, emerges from a large multi-institutional Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project exploring historical extreme weather events in UK history. In this talk they will examine the usefulness of literary sources for Environmental History and will discuss the role weather plays in British literary culture.
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