The School of English at Trinity College Dublin will be hosting an evening lecture series called Literature and Revolutions in the New Year.
If you're ahead of yourself enough to already have access to a 2016 diary, you might like to check over the scheduled topics and get some dates sorted.
Tues 19 January: The Novel and 1916, with Eve Patten
Tues 26 January: The Beastly Rebels of 1381, with Brendan O’Connell
Tues 2 February: Edmund Burke: Prophet of Doom, with David O’Shaughnessy
Tues 9 February: C19th scientific revolutions in HG Wells's The Time Machine, with Clare Clarke
Tues 16 February: In the wars: Irish writing, 1914–1945, with Gerald Dawe
Tues 23 February: 2016: 1968 and Writing the Troubles, with Tom Walker
Tues 1 March: Revolution, failed: The Spirit of '68 up against the wall, with Sam Slote
Tues 8 March: Literary and cinematic afterlives of the Prague Spring, with Ema Vyroubalová
Tues 15 March: You say you want a revolution? The Beatles in the 1960s, with Darryl Jones
Tues 22 March: Changed Times: 1916 and Irish Time, with Chris Morash
Time: All the lectures will start at 7pm.
Venue: Jonathan Swift Theatre, Arts Building, TCD, Dublin 2.
Cost: For the full series: €50. For individual lectures: €6. Concessions: €35/€5.
Download the programme and booking form.