D. H. Lawrence
Regional, National and International Contexts Conference July 2012
This two-day conference addressed Lawrence’s response to – and influence upon – regional, national and international writers, and the various regional, national and international contexts which shaped his work.
- Fiona Becket (University of Leeds)
- Howard J. Booth (University of Manchester)
- Bethan Jones (University of Hull)
- Neil Roberts (University of Sheffield)
- Keith Sagar (University of Nottingham)
- David Trotter (University of Cambridge)
- John Turner (Swansea University)
- Jeff Wallace (University of Wales Institute, Cardiff)
Subjects covered included reassessments of Lawrence’s relationship to his Nottinghamshire roots, to England, and to Italy and New Mexico; revisionist work on his engagement with psychoanalysis and the contemporary media; and important new explorations of his writings in the contexts of English radicalism and green cultural critique.
There were also postgraduate papers on topics related to the conference.
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