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OCLW events Trinity Term 2017
When Victorian men started growing their beards from the 1850s, what exactly did they think they were doing? More importantly who were they doing it for?
Writers don’t actually make anything up. All their ideas are borrowed from somewhere or someone.
Part of OCLW’s Life-Writing and Celebrity strand, this half-day colloquium, convened by Sandra Mayer in collaboration with TORCH Oxford, will explore the gendered dynamics and cultural values at w
This panel brings together writers and scholars to consider the implications of ghostwriting in the context of biographical and novelistic practice, publishing, and the media industries.