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We joined up with our friends over in Libraries to bring you reading recommendations all through the month of February. In 2020 the Libraries Team asked for recommendations to build their list of LGBT+ titles and you delivered!
In 2021 we spotlighted books on our Instagrams, and over @UoNEnglish we got some personalised recommendations from members of staff!
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Monday 8th February, 6 - 7 pm (Microsoft Teams)
We're delighted to host Callie Gardner for a poetry reading followed by a Q&A. Callie Gardner is a Glasgow-based poet, essayist and tutor, and is the founder and editor of Zarf Press and Zarf poetry magazine. They are the author of two books: the poetry collection naturally it is not. and the critical book Poetry & Barthes.
Monday 15th February, 4 - 5 pm (Microsoft Teams)
In this talk, Dr Angela Zottola will discuss her research on the representation of trans people in newspapers. In her analysis, she pinpoints negative or harmful practices and discuss how the linguistic choices in newspapers can influence the way gender and sexual identities are understood in society. The paper focuses on the use of terminology and, generally speaking, on the type of discourses associated with trans people in the press.
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