Textualities 2023

  • The Full Monty

    Well, well, well. It’s the 30th of March, which means anyone reading this has only week left in which to charter a plane, hop on a train, catch a bus, call a car, hire a camel, or make the trek on foot to Textualities ’23, April 6th in the North Council Room of UCC’s Main […]

  • Talkin’ Trojan

    Welcome once more, good folk, to the Textualities ’23 blog, home of all your favourite Textualities ’23-themed interviews! Speaking of which… Q: Hello, and thanks for talking to us today! I know things are getting busy as we approach D-Day. Would you please introduce yourself and tell us where you’ve studied before? My name is […]

  • Hothouse Heart-to-Heart

    Hello once again, faithful reader! Today continues our hot-streak of fascinating interviews with Robyn Coombes sitting down for a chat with us about gardening and empire. Enjoy! Q: Good morning, and thanks for talking to us. I know this was a bit spur-of-the-moment! Could you please start with your name, what you’re studying, and where […]

  • A Post-Nuclear Fireside Chat

    Welcome back! We have another intriguing interview for you to peruse today from none other than Hanke Kelber, our post-apocalyptic correspondent for Textualities ‘23; but perhaps we should let her explain in her own words… Q: Good afternoon, and thanks for seeing us! Could you please introduce yourself and let us know where you’ve studied? […]

  • Vicarious Conversation

    Today you find us in happy mood, gentle reader! One of the presenters at our upcoming Textualities ’23 conference took the time to sit down and give us an interview, so let’s crack on without further intro, to Charlotte Troy. *** Q: Thanks for talking to us today! Please, introduce yourself, and tell us where […]

  • Behold and Be Amazed!

    Ladies et. al, we have a poster. Things are now officially heating up!

  • Welcome, One and All!

    Welcome, fellow traveller, the official blog of the upcoming Textualities ’23 conference, being held on April 6th by the year’s crop of MA English students at University College Cork’s English Department. This conference is an informal gathering held annually for the benefit of us poor struggling postgrads, to give us some miles beneath our wheels […]

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