New seminar series: Writing (about) history in the nineteenth century

We are pleased to announce the initial schedule for our next seminar series. Further talks and information will be added over the coming weeks. The series will take place on MS Teams and a calendar invite will be sent out shortly before each session to everyone who has registered. All are very welcome. If you have any queries, then please don’t hesitate to email or

1 Feb, 5-6pm, Elizabeth Ludlow, ‘Josephine Butler’s reconsideration of female saints: Eschatological conceptions of history and the dismantling of structural evil.’ Please click here to register. 

15th March, 5-6pm, Guinevere Glasfurd ‘Writing The Year Without Summer, 1816: climate crisis, fact and fiction’. Please click here to register. 

29 March, 5-6pm Will Abberley  ‘Sage Writing and Geological History: The Case of Hugh Miller’. Please click here to register. 

26 April, 5-6pm, Natalie Hanna, ‘Double Gazing: Viewing Medieval Politics through Nineteenth-Century Windows’. Please click here to register.

3 May, 5-6pm, Hilary Bedder, ‘A World of Continuous Process:  Entanglements between matter and human in Thomas Hardy’s novels.’ Please click here to register.


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