题目：National Identity and Personal Identity: World War II in English and American Literature
主讲：Professor Martin Halliwell & Dr Mark Rawlinson (University of Leicester, UK)
Professor Martin Halliwell is Head of the School of English and Chair of American Studies at the University of Leicester. His scholarship focuses on twentieth-century American intellectual and cultural history, American literature and film, and the history of medicine. His books include ''American Culture in the 1950s'' (2007) and ''American Thought and Culture in the 21st Century'' (2008). He is currently the Chair of the British Association for American Studies.
Dr Mark Rawlinson teaches English and European Literature in the School of English at the University of Leicester where his academic work has focused on the literary representation of archetypal modern social experiences, principally war and urbanization. His books include ''British Writing of the Second World War'' (2000). He currently serves as Academic Director for the College of Arts, Humanities and Law, and is a Reader in the School of English.