4月25日座谈:Seamus Heaney’s Poetry of Troubles

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Seamus Heaney’s Poetry of Troubles

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座谈人:Professor Matthew Campbell? Department of English and Related Literature

University of York, U.K(英国)

时间: 下午3:00-4:30

日期: 2017年4月25日(周二)

地点:千赢官网417

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座谈摘要:This lecture will start by thinking about poems written about the events of ‘Bloody Sunday’ in the Northern Irish ‘Troubles’, in 1972, when 13 protesters were shot dead by British soldiers. It will think about the relations between poetry, culture and violence in Northern Ireland but will end up by thinking about poetry and peace – as precariously achieved in the Good Friday agreement of 1996. And it will also think about Seamus Heaney, his influence and that of his Northern Irish contemporaries over English and world poetry: a small place with extraordinary poetic success.

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座谈人概况:Professor Matthew Campbell,Professor of Modern Literature, Department of English and Related Literature, University of York. 1989-2011: Reader, Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in English Literature, School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield. Specialism: Irish Poetry in English from 1789 to the present day, Victorian Poetry, poetry and prosody, elegy, Alfred Tennyson, W.B. Yeats, James Joyce, contemporary Irish poets. General: English Poetry, Irish Literature, Romanticism, Victorian Literature, Modern Literature, Contemporary Literature. Publications are as follows.

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6 authored and edited books including

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Irish Poetry under the Union, 1801-1924(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. x & 252. ISBN 978-1-107-04484-5. Paperback publication CUP, 2016 ISBN-10: 1107622840

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The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry, editor (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), pp. xii & 295. ISBN 0 521 01245 7 (paperback); ISBN 0 521 81301 8 (hardback).

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30 articles and chapters in books including

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‘William Allingham’ and ‘James Clarence Mangan’ inEncyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Linda K. Hughes, (eds.) (Blackwell, 2015)

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‘The Gift of George Yeats’ inLetter-Writing Among the Poets, ed. Jonathan Ellis (Edinburgh University Press, 2015), pp.157-171.

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‘The Epiphanic Yeats’, inJoyce, Yeats and the Revival, special issue of Joyce Studies in Italy 4, (17 Old Series) (December, 2015), pp. 75-102. ISSN 2281-373X

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‘Letting the Past be Past: The English Poet and the Irish Poem’,Victorian Literature and Culture, 32.1 (Spring, 2004), pp. 63-83.


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