18 January 2020
14.00-17.30 £50.00 / £45.00 students
CAMcard holders can book at the student price.
Tea and coffee provided.
READING Toni Morrison's Beloved
In partnership with Literature Cambridge
Join us for an intensive Study Day on Toni Morrison’s great novel, Beloved, a powerful account of the lives of African-American people at the end of the period of slavery.
Beloved is one of the most important American novels of the late twentieth century. It is a complex tale of memory and trauma; a modern ghost story about the psychological consequences of slavery on a family, a people, and a nation.
There will be two lectures by Cambridge scholars, and we end with a round-table seminar.
Kasia Boddy is a Fellow of Fitzwilliam College and a Lecturer in English at the University of Cambridge. She teaches a wide range of literature post-1900, with a particular interest in short fiction and in the American novel.
Michael Kalisch at Downing College, Cambridge. He works on male friendship in contemporary American fiction.