Welcome to CuSPP! This network brings together researchers, scholars, and writers working in and beyond the Australian National University in Canberra in cultures of screen, performance, and print. CuSPP encompasses literary and screen studies, cultural history, theatre and performance studies, digital cultures and humanities, book history and reception studies. It explores relationships across time and place, from the ancient world to the present day. On this website you will find information about our upcoming events, which we hope you will find of interest.
Please find here a poster for the Thursday Lunchtime Seminar, kicking off on 7 March, 2019 in the Milgate Room, A. D Hope Building.
Jane Scott, The Lost Amazon of the Strand Thursday 14th February, 1pm, Milgate Room, AD Hope Bldg, SLLL 202 years ago in February 1817 Jane Scott’s gothic melodrama Camilla the Amazon was staged, at her own theatre in London’s Strand, the Sans Pareil – a house that four years later became the Adelphi, and is … Continue reading
Ugly feelings and passivity in the novels of Gabriel Tallent and Anne Enright Thursday 7 February, 1pm, Milgate Room, AD Hope Bldg, SLLL Kathryn Hind completed her undergrad with Honours at the University of Canberra, where her thesis was a multimedia piece on reading as construction. In 2013, she completed a Masters in Creative … Continue reading
Join the CuSPP Writing Group on Mondays and Fridays, 10-12 A.D. Hope Common Room 113 Bring along the hot drink and research project of your choice for some friendly, Pomodoro-style writing sessions. Contact: email@example.com
Join us for this week’s CuSPP seminar: Creating A Place Among the Anthropo-scenes Thursday 25 October, 1pm, Milgate Room, AD Hope Bldg, SLLL For Indian writer Amitav Ghosh, the world is in the grip of a ‘Great Derangement’: human inaction in the knowledge of great, avoidable danger. This ‘danger’ manifests in several forms, but I … Continue reading
Join us this Friday to celebrate the new Screen Studies Major at ANU and our relationship with the Film Program at Nanyang Technological University of Singapore with a joint ANU-NTU Film Studies Symposium: NTU-ANU FILM STUDIES SYMPOSIUM Redefining Border-Crossing in Global Cinemas 2 November 2018 3.02 Seminar Room, Sir Roland Wilson Building
Join us on Monday, 5 November 2018 at Hedley Bull for the inaugural TELFest, a showcase of the University’s best practice and innovation in education, with a highlight on how technology can contribute to positive outcomes for teaching and learning. All are welcome and the conference is free, but please register here for catering purposes. … Continue reading