‘Writing Without Bodies’ at Making Letters Making Meaning Workshop

Last week was a week for technical gremlins. As part of this pattern, some of the images ‘disappeared’ from my presentation ‘Writing Without Bodies: Telegrams from My Grandfather and Other Notes’, which I gave at the Making Letters Making Meaning Workshop at the Institute for Historical Research on Friday 27 June. That my paper incorporated themes of death, loss and resurrection, the irony of these missing images was not lost on me.

As a redress to this hitch, and to share the paper with my family in Norway, here is the full slide presentation.