Published: 4 June 2014

Literature and Business: Money making in Victorian and contemporary writing

 

A symposium exploring the contrast between literary representations of business issues in recent years – including the recent recession – and in the 19th century is taking place on campus later this month.

The event, called Literature and Business: Money making in Victorian and contemporary writing, will be a lively discussion looking at representations of business in all forms of modern media and contrasting it with the nineteenth century.

Chaired by Professor Dinah Birch, the event will welcome three panellists: Professor Andrew Popp, Professor Robert Hewison and Dr Nicholas Shrimpton.

The discussions will close with a networking opportunity and refreshments.

Book your free tickets on: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/literature-and-business-money-making-in-victorian-and-contemporary-writing-tickets-11706338975?aff=es2&rank=1

For additional information, please visit the website: http://www.liv.ac.uk/management/conferences-and-events/literature_and_business/ or call the events team on 0151 794 2650.

Literature and Business: Money making in Victorian and contemporary writing will take place on Thursday, 19 June, 9-11am, in the University’s Foresight Centre.

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