#DMcon2017: the gallery

 C21 Literature journal logo.pngFollowing the David Mitchell Conference 2017, held at the University of St Andrews on Saturday 3rd June 2017, we’re delighted to announce a special issue of the peer-reviewed C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-century Writings on the works of British author David Mitchell. The call for papers is now closed – thanks to all who submitted! See full details on the Publication: C21 Literature page.

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David Mitchell Conference 2017 group photo, University of St Andrews, Saturday 3rd June 2017

The international David Mitchell Conference 2017 was held at the School of English in the University of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland, on Saturday 3rd June 2017. The day sold out nearly three months in advance, and brought together twenty speakers from ten countries to discuss the works of British author David Mitchell, with a reading by the author and a visit to see his rare works held in the university’s Special Collections.

The interdisciplinary event attracted national media attention (see ‘Arts News: David Mitchell in St Andrews‘), and as well as literature experts, it was attended by philosophers, psychologists, physicists, a cognitive neuroscientist, a medical doctor and a filmmaker, who all came together to offer their unique perspectives on the author’s works. See the Schedule and Speakers pages to learn more about the day, and the University of St Andrews press release on the event.

Keynote lecture from Dr Sarah Dillon
Dr Sarah Dillon from the University of Cambridge giving her keynote lecture
Special Collections photo
Dr Rose Harris-Birtill introducing the David Mitchell Collection in the University of St Andrews Special Collections

Conference organiser:
Dr Rose Harris-Birtill, School of English, University of St Andrews.


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