Events from 5 September, 2015
9th September, 20154:00pm - 5:30pm
Research seminar presented by Stephen Knight
15th September, 20156:30pm - 7:30pm
25th September, 20154:00pm - 6:00pm
Research lecture-performance presented by Rush Rehm (University of Stanford)
7th October, 20154:00pm - 5:30pm
Settlement Defiled: Ventriloquy, Pollution and Nature in Eliza Hamilton Dunlop’s “The Aboriginal Mother”
Research seminar presented by Peter Minter (University of Sydney)
13th October, 20156:30pm - 7:30pm
14th October, 20154:00pm - 5:30pm
Research seminar presented by Peter Kuch (University of Otago)
21st October, 20154:00pm - 5:30pm
Research seminar presented by Paul Giles (University of Sydney)
Dr Sue Woolfe featured on ABC
Dr Sue Woolfe of the Department's Creative Writing program was recently featured on the ABC's Talking Heads show. The interview and transcript can be viewed from the Talking Heads website.
Drawing Out Shakespeare Conference
ANZSA, 17-19 June 2010
Emeritus Professor Dame Leonie Kramer, Professor of Australian Literature (1968- 1990) and Chancellor of the University (1991-2001), received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters at the University of Sydney graduation ceremony on Wednesday 8 April 2009.
To celebrate this special occasion the English department, which Dame Leonie served for so many years with great distinction, hosted an afternoon tea in her honour.
All four Professors of Australian Literature (Professor G.A. Wilkes, Professor Kramer, Professor Elizabeth Webby, and Professor Robert Dixon) were together at this event and Professor Dixon, the current professor, gave a short address as a tribute to Dame Leonie. Family members, current and past members of staff and postgraduate students also attended.
Sydney's the leading academy for humanities
Kate Grenville, an Honorary Associate and Writer in Residence in the Department of English at the University of Sydney, was named an Honorary Fellow. Full story
Premier's Prize for William Christie
William Christie has won the NSW Premier's Prize for Literary Scholarship for his biography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the British Romantic poet, philosopher and political thinker. Full story