Monthly Archives: September 2014

“You sparks who have to Paris rid…”: Dennis & Eccles’ Rinaldo and Armida (1698), and the politics of adaptation

This post is a summary of a paper delivered by Michael Lee of Queens University Belfast at the Channel Connections Conference that took place 11-12th September 2014, University of Sheffield. Si vous aimerez le lire en francais contactez Anna Jenkin … Continue reading

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First review in! Premier compte-rendu!

The first conference review by delegate Gabor Gelleri of Unviersity of Aberystwyth can be found here: Gabor gives us a great overview into some of the (many) highlights of the conference. Voilà le premier compte rendu du colloque qui … Continue reading

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Conference news: Nouvelles du colloque

On Thursday and Friday we hosted the first conference of the Franco-British network entitled ‘Channel Connections’. The event was a roaring success, watch this space for more information about the wide range of stimulating discussions that went on during the … Continue reading

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