Popular Literature Lunchtime Series
Do you love Lord of the Rings? Potty about Harry Potter? The Popular Literature Lunchtime Lecture Series, hosted by the School of English at Trinity College Dublin, is a series of free public lectures from Irish and international experts on all sorts of popular literature - romance, crime, horror, children's literature, and more.
Running on Wednesdays from 12:30 - 13:30pm in Trinity's Hilary Term (Jan-April) this monthly series takes the form of 30-40 minute lectures followed by a 10 minute open Q&A in which the audience will be invited to offer comments or questions on the topic.
The series is aimed at postgraduate students, staff, and the general public. Perfect for a lunchtime pop lit fix!
25 January 2018 | "Wands, Words & Wizard Wheezes: 20 Years of Harry Potter" presented Dr Jane Carroll of the School of English, TCD. Read more here
14 February 2018 | "Fifty Shades of Grey" By Dr Dara Downey UCD. Read more here
28 March 2018 | “The American Amazon: Wonder Woman in the 1940s" by Dr Keira Williams Queens University Belfast. Read more here