Remembering Karl Miller
5.00pm, Friday 12th June
B304 Lecture Room, Cruciform Building
Karl Miller, who was Lord Northcliffe Professor and Head of the Department from 1974 to 1992, and among other distinctions founding editor of the London Review of Books, died on 24 September 2014. On the last day of term, Friday 12 June, from 5.00 p.m, there will be an event to remember him, his interests and achievements, inside and outside the Department. Speakers will include: Rosemary Ashton, Stephen Fender, Mark Ford, Philip Horne, Danny Karlin, Paul Keegan, John Lanchester, Mark Lawson, Blake Morrison, John Mullan, Alexandra Pringle, Claude Rawson, Neil Rennie, Peter Swaab, David Trotter, Rene Weis. All welcome.
Further details will appear in due course.
English Grammar Day
Monday 29th June 9.30 - 17.00
Grammar Day 2015 on 29 June at the British Library, which is co-organised by
the UCL English Department, the University of Oxford and the British Library.