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ICRH Conference ‘Interdisciplinary Approaches to ‘Setting the Scene’: Your Photos

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(Pictures courtesy of Daniel Finlay and Annika Breinig)

Thanks to all for participating in the ICRH Conference on Representations of Rurality in Crime Fiction and Media Culture. This interdisciplinary conference co-organised by IRCH Senior Research Fellows Dr Dominique Jeannerod  and Dr Linda Price was part of the ICRH’s 2014-2015 Research Theme Creativity in imagined and material worlds. Thanks for attending and to those of you who helped making it such a successful event. Thanks for your great papers and discussions. We really enjoyed having you here and look forward to seeing you again soon.

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Representations of Rurality in Crime Fiction and Media Culture

 

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Whit Harrison (Harry Whittington), “Swamp Kill”, Phantom Books 508, 1952

“Setting the Scene”: Representations of Rurality in Crime Fiction and Media Culture, ICRH, Queen’s University, Belfast 15-16 June 2015
Keynotes :

Professor Benoit Tadié (University of Rennes) “Desperadoes and Backwoods Teasers: the Resilience of Rural Noir in Postwar America

Professor Paul Cloke (University of Exeter)  “Imaginative Geographies and the Production of Rural Space”

Professor Rob Kitchin (NUIM), ‘Place, Landscape and Rurality in Crime Fiction’

Invited Authors:

Brian McGilloway & Anthony Quinn, interviewed by Andrew Pepper : ‘Rurality and rural landscapes in Irish Crime Fiction’,  Monday 15th, 6: 30, No Alibis Bookstore, on Botanic Avenue
The full programme for our conference is now live, and can be accessed at:

 http://www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/InstituteforCollaborativeResearchintheHumanities/Filestore/Filetoupload,508569,en.pdf

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