Research Seminar – Wednesday 28th February

Join us for an exciting Nineteenth-Century Centre session on Weds 28th, where we’ll get to hear about new and timely research. We’ll be doubling up, with Charlie Gough talking about his discoveries in the Harry Ransom Center archives, and Dion Dobrzynski discussing William Morris’s utopian dreams and trees. Titles below, along with a zoom link … Continue reading “Research Seminar – Wednesday 28th February”

Semester Two Programme

I’m delighted to share with you the 19CC’s speakers for this semester. These talks will be hybrid, so do join online if you’re unable to be with us in person – simply email me if you’d like the link. I very much hope to see as many of you as possible and look forward to … Continue reading “Semester Two Programme”

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19CC Visiting Speaker Series – Wednesday 29 November

Wednesday 29 November, 5pm, Arts 103: Dr Madeline Hewitson (Ashmolean exhibition), in conversation with Dr Kate Nichols. Dr Hewitson will be talking to our very own Dr Kate Nichols about the major exhibition at the Ashmolean, ‘Colour Revolution: Victorian Art, Fashion and Design’ (https://www.ashmolean.org/people/madeline-hewitson; https://www.ashmolean.org/exhibition/colour-revolution-victorian-art-fashion-design).  Further details of our research event:  ‘Colour Revolution: Victorian Art, Fashion and … Continue reading “19CC Visiting Speaker Series – Wednesday 29 November”

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Visiting Speaker Series – Weds 15th November

A reminder of the next 19CC visiting speaker event: Professor Emma Mason (Warwick) will be with us on Wednesday 15th at 5pm (note, we’re in Arts 104 this time). Title and abstract below. I very much hope you’re able to join us – it should be a terrific paper. Do circulate to others, especially MAs and PGRs.   … Continue reading “Visiting Speaker Series – Weds 15th November”

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Nineteenth-Century Centre Research Seminar – Wednesday 25th October at 5pm

Please join us for our first research seminar visiting speaker event of the year! James is a terrific scholar and a wonderfully engaging speaker, so we’re set for an illuminating evening. Further details below. Do spread the word to other interested parties. And if you can’t attend in person but would like to hear James’s … Continue reading “Nineteenth-Century Centre Research Seminar – Wednesday 25th October at 5pm”

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