BLAKE DAY AT UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX
“Blake Day” was held as part of the Graduate Colloquium for the Winter Term of 1972 at the University of Sussex. The Graduate School in Arts and Social Studies arranged four meetings for 27 October. Following a discussion of Blake with slides, led by David Bindman and Morton Paley, there were three lectures: “Blake’s Early Poetry” by Michael Phillips, “Blake’s Illustrations to Young’s Night Thoughts” by Deirdre Toomey, and “Blake and Revolution” by Geoffrey Carnall. Bindman is a Lecturer in the History of Art at Westfield College, London; Paley an Associate Professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley; Phillips a Lecturer in English at the University of Edinburgh; Toomey a graduate student at the University of London; and Carnall a Reader in English at the University of Edinburgh.