Dr Will Tattersdill: Late-Victorian Sci-Fi Magazines

Wednesday 26th October, Heritage Quay – The University of Huddersfield, 7:00PM.   Before ‘Science Fiction’ was even a recognised term, the authors of the 1890s were writing imaginative tales of technology, exploration and the future. They largely published them not in dedicated sci-fi magazines – which did not yet exist – but in general interest mass-market publications which also printed adventure fiction, westerns, crime writing, … Continue reading Dr Will Tattersdill: Late-Victorian Sci-Fi Magazines

Dr Will Tattersdill: Analogy, Victorian Dinosaurs and the Failure of Pixar

Wednesday 26th October, 12:15-1:15pm, Harold Wilson Building, floor 2, room 33, University of Huddersfield. Based on his current research, Dr Will Tattersdill’s lecture takes the audience on a journey into the Victorian world of dinosaur discovery. Free entry, no pre-booking required. Continue reading Dr Will Tattersdill: Analogy, Victorian Dinosaurs and the Failure of Pixar