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Susan Rudy
Gender & experimental writing, London & Norwich.
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Susan Rudy Mar 21
Replying to @AynRandPaulRyan
Do you know if there’s a UK initiative like this? Or where we could send homemade masks in the UK?
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Alex Barker Mar 17
Please read this Imperial College study in full if you can. It's an overwhelmingly powerful account of what we all face over the next 18 months. There are no good answers, no three-month solutions, just terrible choices.
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Susan Rudy Mar 16
Replying to @ElizabethLovatt
In the Skin of a Lion by Michael Ondaatje
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Rachael Gilmour Mar 16
My daughter (10) has coronavirus. I'm so angry about the official response to the situation that I'm going to fucking well tweet about it.
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Caroline Bergvall Mar 6
Ragadawn is coming to on Sun, this time aboard rescue ship LÉ Niamh Part of Wild Atlantic Women weekend With Jeph Vanger Vocal Composition by
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Sarah Dowling Mar 6
Any people out there? Call for Papers: Scarborough in/as Canadian Literature (2021 MLA Annual Convention)
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Leeds University UCU Mar 5
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Firelord Azula , Esquire (?) Feb 27
In as much as l hate the bureaucracy of higher Ed, l have to say the staff are the loveliest, nurturing, giving (time, knowledge, and wisdom), and thought provoking people l have had the pleasure of working with/ under.
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Lauren Whitehouse Oct 9
Hello, I’m looking for participants for my PhD research project focusing on oral sporting histories of non-binary/gender diverse identities. Please re-tweet and get in touch if you’re interested or need more information. Thank you!
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Caroline Bergvall Oct 14
Alisoun Sings out now! About : check it here 'An inspired, tragi-hilarious mixing and meddling of modern and medieval Englishes, a rallying cry for bio- and- linguistic diversity, a ferocious unleashing of sexual and bodily power.' - David Wallace
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Caroline Bergvall Feb 18
Delighted to be reading from Alisoun Sings at Queen Mary next month - tickets limited so please book!
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Susan Rudy Feb 18
Come along on 26 March 2020 to hear Caroline Bergvall read from Alisoun Sings and talk about the making of a public voice. Free but registration required and very limited seating. Book soon!
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Susan Rudy Feb 16
Replying to @francescawade
I loved it - couldn’t put it down. Beautifully written and researched.
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Susan Rudy Feb 16
- on the lives, contributions, and feminist examples of H.D., Dorothy Sayers, Jane Harrison, Eilleen Power, and Virginia Woolf - is brilliant, inspiring, timely. Thank you, .
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Susan Rudy Feb 13
Bergvall’s Alisoun is a ‘transhistorical spokeswoman for women in western history’ who speaks in an intoxicating hybrid of Middle English, contemporary slang, and every register of diction in between, all rooted in her earthy physicality.’
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Karis Shearer Feb 12
Super enjoyed talking with students and staff at today about feminist close listening as a research methodology for approaching the poetry audio archive.
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Susan Rudy Feb 12
Hoping to come along to hear you, !
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Veronika Schuchter Feb 12
Can't wait for this! If you're in or around Cambridge on 6th of March, you should definitely come.
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Susan Rudy Feb 11
Karis Shearer on Archiving Performance and Feminist Close Listening Today, Queen Mary, London! Grad Centre GC202, 3-5pm
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Susan Rudy Feb 7
Replying to @sarahmdowling
Completely agree.
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