Spatial Perspectives: Literature and Architecture, 1850 – Present

Friday 22nd June 2012

University of Oxford, Faculty of English Language and Literature

This interdisciplinary conference seeks to foster a dialogue between literature and architecture by bringing together papers that encompass the diversity of thinking about these two disciplines and the ways in which they engage and interact.

Click here for the Final Conference Schedule

Click here for the speakers’ BIOGRAPHIES

Click here for the PAPER ABSTRACTS

The conference is organised by Terri Mullholland (University of Oxford) and Nicole Sierra (University of Oxford).  Contact us at: literature.architecture@gmail.com

This event is supported by the Faculty of English Language and Literature, University of Oxford and Jesus College, University of Oxford.


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1 comment
  1. Stephen Anderson said:

    “To the man who has never laid a stone, there is nothing you can tell him. Even the truth would be wrong.”

    from Cormac McCarthy’s “The Stonemason”

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