“Only Connect: Reconsidering E.M. Forster’s and Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s Howards End” E.M. Forster’s Howards End (1910) has been the object of a vibrant critical debate. Often defined as inheriting from the long-standing tradition of the condition-of-England novel, it has, more
Confirmed speakers: Paul Armstrong (Brown), Stefan Collini (Cambridge), Santanu Das (Oxford), Leela Gandhi (Brown), Jane Goldman (Glasgow), Stefania Michelucci (Genoa), Rachel Potter (East Anglia), and David Trotter (Cambridge). E. M. Forster, one of the major British writers of the twentieth
RE-ORIENTATING E. M. FORSTER Texts, Contexts, Receptions An international conference to be held in Cambridge Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 April 2020 E. M. Forster died on 7 June 1970. One of the great British writers of the twentieth century,
Study Day, Saturday 17 March 2018, 2.00-5.30 p.m. Price: £50.00 / £45.00 students. Tea and coffee provided. Venue: Stapleford Granary, Bury Road, Stapleford, Cambridge CB22 5BP Bookings now open. CAMcard holders and members of Forster societies can book at the student price.
E. M. Forster’s legacy: “Only connect” over a century of British arts University Toulouse Jean Jaurès (France) Research team CAS (EA 801) Convened by Pr Laurent MELLET and Dr Elsa CAVALIÉ 10 and 11 December 2015 Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès