Welcome back, the new academic year is here! Yes, really. No, I’m not ready yet either. Some advance notice of our meeting dates this term. Meeting 1 will be on Wednesday 31 October at 4pm; meeting 2 will be on Wednesday 28 November at 4pm. Themes/titles/programme and rooms will be confirmed at a later date.
Dear Nineteenth-Century Scholars,
Our first and second meetings of the Nineteenth-Century Group have been arranged for the term, so I’m pleased to be able to give you some advance notice of both:
Wed 22nd Feb from 1-2pm ‘An Edwardian Period?’ – presentations by Ian Packer (history) and Simon Barker (English) followed by discussion.
Wed 21st March from 1-2.30 pm (note extended session) we have a guest speaker: Felicity James from the University of Leicester will be speaking on Women, Dissent and Life Writing in the early nineteenth century.
More details on both nearer the time.
The next meeting will take place on Wednesday 7 December 2012, 1-2pm. The theme will be Celebrity in the nineteenth century – if anyone would like to suggest reading for the session, or talk about how celebrity has manifested itself in their research, please contact Rebecca Styler (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jim Cheshire (email@example.com).
The next meeting of the Nineteenth Century Group will be on Wednesday 4 May, 1-2.30, in room MC0019. The theme will be the rural in the nineteenth century, with brief presentations from Ian Packer, Stephen Hall, and Andrew Jackson. All welcome!