Marianne Van Remoortel: “Pioneer or Copycat? The Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine in its European Context.”

On Wednesday 1st March at 4pm, Marianne Van Remoortal (Ghent University) will come and give a talk as part of our seminar series. Her talk is entitled ‘“Pioneer or Copycat? The Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine in its European Context.” Do come along! The talk will take place in Helmore 112 and tea, coffee and cookies will be provided.

Marianne is the author of of Lives of the Sonnet, 1787-1895: Genre, Gender and Criticism (Ashgate, 2011) and Women, Work and the Victorian Periodical: Living by the Press (Palgrave 2015).

New centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy: Launch Wed 15th Feb 4-6 pm in LAB 207.

All are welcome to attend the launch event for this centre next Wednesday. Do come and hear Kirsty Harris and Steven White talk about their research beforehand.

The Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy connects writing and publishing with literary criticism. It is comprised of Faculty members, associate lecturers and postgraduate and undergraduate students. Launching in 2017, we will hold a series of symposia and conferences designed to bring together academics, authors, editors, and members of the book publishing industry.

Join us for two short readings from Dr. Una McCormick’s Star of the Sea(Abaddon, October 2016) and Marian Womack’s Lost Objects (Luna Press, forthcoming 2018). Readings to be followed by wine, snacks, and mingling!

For information about the Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy, visit:http://csff-anglia.co.uk.

Welcome to the new semester!

Welcome back to a new semester of exciting events at Nineteenth-Century Studies ARU!

We have got plenty going on this semester, including our new reading group to discuss George Eliot’s Middlemarch, which begins next Monday – see here for details. All welcome!

Our first seminar this semester will be on Wednesday 15th February. Unit members Kirsty J. Harris and Steven White will be discussing their recent experiences of finishing their doctoral research projects, and the move toward early career roles. See here for more details, as well as information about further seminars this semester which will follow soon. We are planning a symposium on Jane Austen and an event to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Branwell Bronte’s birth.

We are also looking forward to this year’s conference on George Eliot and her Circle, which we will be holding on Friday 26 May. The call for papers is open now!

If you are interested in catching up on some of our past events from 2016, we now have a page for recorded events and podcasts, which you can find here. And if you’d like to keep up to date with the latest news from us, please follow our Twitter and Facebook page!