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Mnemonics Keynote Lectures Now Online

Seminar with Daniele Salerno: Where Do Protesters Go in Winter? The Afterlives of Masses

  • 19 November 2019; 15.15-17.00; Trans 8, A.W. de Grootzaal, Utrecht University

Seminar with Astrid Erll: Literary Memory Activism in an Age of Migration: The Refugee Tales

  • 21 January 2020; 15.15-17.00; Drift 25, Room 0.01; Utrecht University

Anna Poletti

Associate Professor of English Language and Culture

Anna Poletti Anna's fields of research are: contemporary life writing, with a particular interest in the role of mediation and materiality in self-representation and narrative; feminist and queer literary theory; contemporary print cultures. With Julie Rak (University of Alberta), Anna is co-editor of Identity Technologies: Constructing the Self Online (University of Wisconsin Press). She is the co-author, with Kate Douglas (Flinders University) of Life Narrative and Youth Cultures: Representation, Agency and Participation forthcoming from Palgrave Macmillan. Anna teaches BA courses on American Literature, and teaches MA courses on literary prizes and canon formation, and research methods.

Contact

Website: https://www.uu.nl/staff/ALPoletti/0
E-mail: a.l.poletti@uu.nl