Date / time
4 June, 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Long Nineteenth Century Symposium
Friday 4th June 2021
2pm – 7pm BST: this free event will be held online.
Round-table discussions, plus Navigating Nineteenth-Century Archives and Special Collections Workshop
In order to foster collaboration across the post-graduate community within the field of the long 19th century, this event seeks to explore some of the cross-thematic research priorities at the centre of doctoral studies. Each of these three panels offer opportunities to discuss cutting-edge approaches and findings to key topics of concern during a period of immense change that continues to inspire reflection.
The following panels invite round-table contributions from any discipline that concerns the long 19th century:
- Introduction (14:10 – 14:25)
- Panel I (14:30 – 15:15): Place and Space in the North West
- Break (15:15 – 15:25)
- Panel II (15:25 – 16:10): Reading and Writing the North West
- Break (16:10 – 16:20)
- Panel III (16:20 – 17:05): Navigating Nineteenth-Century Archives and Special Collections
- Break (17:05 – 17:15)
- Panel IV (17:15 – 18:00): Decolonising Methodologies in Nineteenth-Century Studies
- Break (18:00 – 18:10)
- Panel V (18:10 – 19:00): New Approaches to Gender in the Nineteenth Century
- Closing Remarks and Networking (19:00 – 19:30)
Those wishing to contribute to the round-table discussions should register for the event at Eventbrite.