Monthly Archives: April 2016

Effaced goes Stateside

Good news for the Effaced team! Emily Cock has just been awarded a prestigious Peter Nicolaisen International Fellowship at the Robert H. Smith Center for Jefferson Studies, Monticello, VA. Whilst resident there in October 2016 she will be investigating Thomas Jefferson’s ultimately … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Effaced from History? conference

Josh Powell, PhD student at Exeter University, reporting on his experience at the ‘Effaced from History?’ conference. Josh’s thesis focuses on the role of experimental psychology in Samuel Beckett’s late work. He recently published an article on Beckett and face-reading in … Continue reading

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New Effaced team publication!

Our congratulations to Effaced from History research team member Professor David Houston Jones (University of Exeter) on the recent publication of Installation Art and the Practices of Archivalism (Routledge 2016). The book traces a line of argument from practitioners who explicitly depict … Continue reading

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Effaced Conference – one week on

Thanks to everyone for coming to the conference and especially to our keynotes, Suzannah Biernoff and Effaced’s new friends Rosemarie Garland-Thomson and Caroline Wilkinson. Their three lectures all crossed disciplinary boundaries and made delegates think outside their own areas of specialisms, … Continue reading

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The ‘Effaced from History?’ Conference

We had a marvelous time putting faces to names at the Effaced from History? conference last week. A more detailed blog entry about the discussions arising will be forthcoming, but in the meantime you can get a sense of the activities … Continue reading

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