In and Out of Silence: Unpublished and Unwritten Works from India and the World

In and Out of Silence: Unpublished and Unwritten Works from India and the World

20 May 2019, 2 to 7 pm 

Seamus Heaney Lecture hall, St Patrick’s Campus, DCU

ORGANIZED BY THE SCHOOL OF ENGLISH AND IRELAND INDIA INSTITUTE, D.C.U.

Welcome 14:00

Michael Hinds

Panel 1: Contributions of Unpublished Works 14:15- 15:45

Tapasya Narang “The Politics and Aesthetics of Paratext: Reading Contemporary Irish and Indian Poets’ Unpublished Works”

Marie Egan, “Publishing the Unpublished… Uncovering the writing of Frances Burney (1752- 1840)

Chair: Michael Hinds

15:45- 16:00 Coffee

Panel 2: The Censored Self 16:00-17:45

Fiona Bolger, “Courage to a Coward: The Case of Perumal Murugan”

Annette Skade, “‘What’s to be done with all the silence?’: Publishing the Archive”

Michael Hinds, “Unpublishing Emily Dickinson”

Chair: Kit Fryatt

17:45- 18:00 Break

18:00- 19:15

Plenary Lecture, “Marsyas Continues: Indian Modernism and Adil Jussawalla’s Notes on his Unwritten Novel”

Professor Anjali Nerlekar, Rutgers University and Co-Creator of The Bombay Poets Archive at Cornell University

Introduction: Professor Eileen Connolly, Ireland India Institute

19:15 Poetry Reading and Wine Reception

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