Department of English Students Association

Month: April 2018

DESA | A Night’s Tale

DESA | A Night’s Tale

Chaucer wrote of “April with its sweet-smelling showers,” to begin his legendary tale, and it’s only fair that this inspires us to have a legendary night. Lords and ladies of the artful courts we join on this night to celebrate an ending, but also a […]

DESA | Creative Writing Dayathon

DESA | Creative Writing Dayathon

A day filled with workshops and activities to finally get you to write that amazing idea you’ve had at the back of your mind for years! Whether you decide to come for a full day or half a day, you are guaranteed to have a […]

DESA BOOK CLUB | THE STRANGE LIBRARY BY HARUKI MURAKAMI

DESA BOOK CLUB | THE STRANGE LIBRARY BY HARUKI MURAKAMI

The Department of English Students’ Association is back with another book club! To all of you who are interested in having a community to discuss contemporary literature with, join us with discussing Murakami’s ‘The Strange Library’.

If you’re passionate about books and interested in meeting people who share that fire, and if you desire to have your voice and opinions heard in an environment of intellectual discussion, this is not something to be missed.

A small welcome package of essentials will be given to each member. Refreshments available, of course.

Fee: €2
Venue: GW HALL B2

DESA BOOK CLUB | THE PARTICULAR SADNESS OF LEMON CAKE  BY AIMEE BENDER

DESA BOOK CLUB | THE PARTICULAR SADNESS OF LEMON CAKE BY AIMEE BENDER

The Department of English Students’ Association is back with another book club! To all of you who are interested in having a community to discuss contemporary literature with, join us with discussing Bender’s ‘The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake’. If you’re passionate about books and […]

DESA BOOK CLUB | The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood

DESA BOOK CLUB | The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood

The Department of English Students’ Association is back with another book club! To all of you who are interested in having a community to discuss contemporary literature with, join us with discussing Atwood’s ‘The Edible Woman’. If you’re passionate about books and interested in meeting […]