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Fiction and British Politics: Photos

 

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Professor Phil Cowley, University of Nottingham introduces the opening session - Why politicians write about politics.   

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Chris Mullins MP and Joe Ashton



Chris Mullin and Joe Ashton speaking on
Why politicians write about politics

 

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Clare Griffiths (Sheffield) speaking on  ‘Public-spirited fictions: Winifred Holtby and the politics of the middlebrow in 1920s and 1930s Britain’ shown with Valentina Cardo (East Anglia) Aristotelis Nikolaidis (Athens) and 
Laura Beers (American University, US)  

 

 

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Steve Fielding chairing a panel with Maureen Whitebrook (Sheffield) -  Reflecting on politics and fiction' ,
Nick Randall (Newcastle) - Political fictions in British film and on TV as vernacular theories of British politics and Matthew Bailey (Nottingham) - Should British political fiction be more like The West Wing?

 

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Panel - Why dramatists write about politics'
Maurice Gran, James Graham, Tony Saint, Alistair Beaton and Steven Fielding 

 

 

 

 

 
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