Venue: Eastwood Hall Hotel, Eastwood Nottingham, NG16 3SS
Programme of talks, organised by the D. H. Lawrence Society in conjunction with the Leavis Society to include:
- The Value of Lawrence and Leavis to a Sociologist (Paul Filmer)
- Second in Importance Only to Shakespeare: Lawrence, Leavis and the Living Principle (Bob Heyward)
- Lawrence, the Mind of Europe and the English canon (Heward Wilkinson)
- 'Women in Love' (Jeremy Tambling)
Eastwood Hall Hotel will be providing a conference room free of charge but those attending must pay £32 each for tea and coffee breaks and a choice of hot or cold lunch. Should you wish to attend, please email the Leavis Society's Secretary Glenys Willars, for the purpose of catering purposes: email@example.com
The conference will be followed at 7pm by the D.H. Lawrence Memorial Birthday Lecture given this year by Professor James Moran (University of Nottingham) on 'Lawrence and Yeats'. this will be in the drama studio of Hall Park Academy next to Eastwood Hall Hotel. This lecture has a charge of £3, which includes a drink.
If you wish to book accommodation at Eastwood Hall this can be done online at: www.eastwoodhallnottingham.co.uk
Please bookmark the D. H. Lawrence Society website for updates, including start time of the conference.