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Jennifer Haytock, "Writing for France: American Women Writers and the Great War", Wednesday 17 October, 5.15pm,

The Transatlantic Literary Women are excited to be welcoming US academic Professor Jennifer Haytock to Glasgow on Wednesday 17 October.

Jennifer will be talking about American women writers in France during the First World War. 390 more words

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Marine: Angela Carter and America

Hello all!

I am a PhD student at Cardiff University, proudly representing TLW in Wales. My research focuses mostly on the portrayal of objects and materiality in the work of Angela Carter. 915 more words

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Guest Blog: Deborah Snow Molloy and her New York Gals

Hello everyone,

It’s lovely to be here, thanks very much to the team for welcoming me in a guest spot. I’m a part time, distance scholar writing from a very warm corner of Kent, and proud to be doing my PhD at the University of Glasgow under Laura’s steerage.  986 more words

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Get to know the TLW team: Saskia talks Transatlantic Virginia Woolf

Hello everyone! Over the summer, each member of the TLW team will be writing a post to tell you a little bit about what they’re reading and researching at the moment. 918 more words

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Get to know the TLW team: Laura’s Summer So Far - And a Reading Spotlight on Josephine Johnson

Hello everyone! Over the summer, each member of the TLW team will be writing a post to tell you a little bit about what they’re reading and researching at the moment. 1,199 more words

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Suffragette Spotlight: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

As we look forward to our upcoming Suffrage Centenary Celebration at Glasgow’s People’s Palace Museum (26th and 27th May 1-4pm), we’ve decided to blog about some of the inspiring women who fought for women’s suffrage. 446 more words

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Guest Blog: Open Waters IV

Photo courtesy of Micaela Maftei and Laura Tansley.

This is the fourth and final guest blog in our fortnightly series by collaborative authors Micaela Maftei, based in Victoria, British Columbia, and Laura Tansley, based in Glasgow, UK. 721 more words

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