Children’s Literature Talks in April: Dublin, Alicante, Galway, & Cambridge

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Alongside the Liffey

Dublin. Thursday 14 April 2016 (4-5 pm). “The Facebook Lectures: Children’s Literature & Literary Critics in the Era of Social Networks.” St. Patrick’s College (B139), Drumcondra 14. RSVP JulieAnn.Stevens@dcu.ie


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Richard Thomas Moynan, ‘Military Manoeuvres’, 1891. National Gallery of Ireland

Dublin. Friday 15 April 2016: English Department, Centre for Children’s Literature, St. Patrick’s College: A Symposium “IRISH AND AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS AND CHILDREN’S LITERATURE.”  2-3 pm PJ Lynch on his most recent book, The Boy Who Fell Off the Mayflower or John Howland’s Good Fortune (Walker Books, 2015). 3-4 pm Professor Jerry Griswold on ‘The War in Children’s Books: American Revolutionary Stories.” Reception follows. Room G114 (G Block/Cregan Library). Open to the public.


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Picture by Nicoletta Ceccoli

Alicante. Monday 18 April. University of Alicante. “Goth Movies, Teen Dreams, and Fairy Tales.” Este discurso será presentado en inglés. Contact Lourdes Lopez: lourdes.lopez@ua.es


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National University of Ireland, Galway

Galway. 21 April 2016. (5:00 p.m.) The Ó Briain Memorial Lecture: “History Wars: Politics in American Children’s Books.” G011, James Hardiman Library, NUIG. Open to the public. Contact: Lindsay Myers: lindsay.myers@nuigalway.ie


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Emanuel Leutze, “Washington Crossing the Delaware”

Cambridge. Tuesday 26 April 2016, 09:0017:00. “American Children’s Literature mini-symposium.” MAB 106, Mary Allan Building, Homerton College, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 8PQ. Open to the public. Contact Maria Nikolajeva: mn351@cam.ac.uk