Leavis-Lawrence Day

Leavis's Landmark Work on Lawrence

Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 09:00 to 17:00

This is a Call for Papers to interested members, past, present, and future of the Lawrence Society and of the Leavis Society for the Leavis-Lawrence Day at Eastwood Hall Hotel on Saturday September 8 2018 (to be followed in the evening by the D.H.Lawrence Birthday Memorial Lecture at the Hotel).

The theme of the Day is 'Leavis's Landmark Work on Lawrence'. This will obviously include Leavis's 'D.H.Lawrence: Novelist' and 'Thought, Words and Creativity' as well as of course any essays written independently of these two books.

No speakers have yet been enlisted.

No guidance for papers is proposed beyond suggesting that appraisals of Leavis's critiques on one or more of Lawrence's works or of Leavis's more general assessments of Lawrence could be considered, as well as any other relevant approach, such as, for example, comparisons with other critics' views, etc.

'Art-speech is the only truth' -- exploring the meaning of this in Lawrence

Saturday, August 19, 2017 - 10:00 to 17:00

Venue: Eastwood Hall Hotel, Eastwood Nottingham, NG16 3SS

A one day conference organised by the D. H. Lawrence Society, in conjunction with the Leavis Society

'Art-speech is the only truth' -- exploring the meaning of this in Lawrence

To include:

1.  Lawrence, Leavis and Art-speech:  the Evolution and Application of a Reflexive Critical Concept.  Paul Filmer.

2.  Art-speech and 'The Man Who Died'.  Bob Hayward.

Leavis and Lawrence

Friday, September 19, 2014 - 09:00

The Society organised a one-day event at Durban House, Eastwood, on Friday 19th September 2014 as part of the Lawrence festival in conjunction with the D. H. Lawrence Society. The focus of the meeting was Leavis's (changing) response to D. H. Lawrence. Speakers were Bob Hayward, Michael Bell, David Ellis and Heward Wilkinson.  Their papers are posted on the members' area of the website.

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