2006-7 Graduate Seminars in Narrative, Discourse and Biographical by wUT6Qui

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									     2006-7 Graduate Seminars in Narrative, Discourse and Biographical Research
                      The Centre for Narrative Research, UEL
                                        and
                 The Gender Institute, London School of Economics

All seminars take place on Tuesday evenings, 5.00-6.30, at the London School of Economics.
Rooms to be announced in autumn through the CNR elist and GI website

All welcome, especially graduate students. For further details contact Corinne Squire
(c.squire@uel.ac.uk), Ros Gill (r.c.gill@lse.ac.uk) or Hazel Johnstone
(h.johnstone@lse.ac.uk). Details are also on the CNR website:
http://www.uel.ac.uk/cnr/home.htm, and the Gender Institute website:
http://www.lse.ac.uk/depts/gender/narrative.htm

October 3: John Nassari, University of East London Narratives of exile and identity:
experiences from Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot refugees in London and Cyprus

November 7: Masi Fathi, University of East London Narratives of emancipation,
family and culture: Life stories of Iranian women teachers
December 5: Everton Boulton, Bournemouth University Narratives of mental illness
and personal identity

February 6: Annie Bramley, Bristol University Linking the past and present: Using
the oral histories of white British women as representations of colonial east Africa

March 6: Barbra Wallace, University of East London Narratives of Islamic women
entrepreneurs in London

May 1: Eike Adams, University of East London ‘No more babies’: Young women,
breast cancer and infertility

June 5: Marvelle Brown, Thames Valley University title tba

								
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