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London Nineteenth-Century Seminar 19th February

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    London Nineteenth-Century Seminar 2010-2011 spring Term 2011 postgraduate forum SATURDAY, 19 FEBRUARY 2011 11.00 -13.15pm (Room G22/26 Senate House, Ground
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1, 2011

      London Nineteenth-Century Seminar 2010-2011

      spring Term 2011
      postgraduate forum

       

      SATURDAY,  19 FEBRUARY 2011

      11.00 -13.15pm (Room G22/26 Senate House, Ground Floor)

       

      11.00-11.30 

      Oratorical Propulsion in Swinburne and Kipling

      Fabian Macpherson, UCL

       

      The Carpe Diem Religion: Alfred Tennyson's In Memoriam and A. C. Swinburne's Minor Decadent Poems

      Sara Lyons, QMUL

       

      Chair: Matthew Beaumont

      Questions: 11.30-11.40

       

       

      11.40-12.10 Chair

      Mary Wollstonecraft's Nineteenth Century Reputation: Obession, Repulsion, Fascination

      Susan Civale, BBK

       

      Reading Samuel Butler Through Late-Nineteenth-Century Representations of Giordano Bruno

      David Gillott, BBK

       

      Chair: Vicky Greenaway

      Questions: 12.10-12.20

       

       

      12.20- 13.05

      Cold stony reality': the phenomenology of mountain climbing in late Victorian Britain.

      Alan McNee, BBK

       

       `The brazen tube and the miraculous lens': Wonder and Microscopical Imagery in late nineteenth-century Britain.

      Alison Wood, KCL

       

      Miniature Kingdoms: Henry Morton Stanley and his `African Dwarfs'

      Brian H. Murray, KCL

       

       

                      Chair Ana Vadillo

      Questions: 13.05-13.15

      ALL WELCOME

      Strand Organisers, Spring  Term  2011:  Ana Vadillo, Birkbeck College

      For more information about the London Nineteenth-Century Seminar:

      Ana Vadillo, Birkbeck College:  a.parejovadillo@...

       

      http://ies.sas.ac.uk/events/seminars/19C/index.htm

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