The North-West Long Nineteenth Century seminar
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 GM 303 (3rd floor lecture room), 2-5 pm
Seminars are held at Manchester Metropolitan University in the Geoffrey Manton building on Oxford Road (opposite the Aquatics Centre).
2-3.30 pm: Dr Hannah Field (University of Sussex), ‘Dickens Told to the Children: Late-Victorian and Edwardian adaptations of Dickens’ novels’
Dr Andrew Mcinnes (Edge Hill) ‘Misreading and Maturation in Sarah Fielding’s The Governess‘
3.30-3.50 Tea and coffee
3.50-5.00 pm: Sally Blackburn (University of Liverpool), ‘Vernon Lee and Eugene Lee Hamilton: Mediating a masculine hysteria’
Chloe Holland (Liverpool John Moores), ‘Our Children and About Ourselves: Mrs Henry Wood’s non-fiction, narrative voice, and professional identities’
We are grateful for the support of BAVS, BARS and the Institute of Humanities and Social Science Research (CELL) at Manchester Metropolitan University.
For more details, contact Dr Emma Liggins and Dr Sonja Lawrenson: