Conferences on nineteenth-century topics

A number of conferences are coming up which look very interesting for nineteenth-century scholars.
Art versus Industry, Leeds, 23-24 March, http://artvindustry.blogspot.com/
Transforming Objects, Northumbria University, 28-29 May, http://www.transformingobjects.blogspot.com/
Material Religion in Modern Britain and its Worlds, Cardiff, 8-9 June, http://history.research.glam.ac.uk/events/2012/jun/08/material-religion-modern-britain-and-her-worlds/
and finally, of course, the call for papers is out for BAVS 2012, which will be in Sheffield, 30 August-1 September, cfp closes 31 March 2012, http://www.bavsuk.org/BAVS%202012cfp.pdf

2 thoughts on “Conferences on nineteenth-century topics

  1. I am investigating a perceived gap in contemporary women walking artist using hills/moors/mountains as locations for their practice – in particular walking solo. I understand that there may have been a number of papers on women climbing mountains and walking on holidays. Ares these papers available?

    • We are hoping to publish a selection of papers but they won’t be out for a while. And they are exclusively concerned with the nineteenth century.

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