This free hybrid event is the latest in a new research seminar series hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University. In order to foster collaboration within the field of long-nineteenth century studies, our presentations 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.
Join us in a large, socially distanced, lecture theatre in the Business School at Manchester Metropolitan University, or online, for a musical extravaganza featuring:
Rachel Johnson: Manchester, 1819: Music, Ideology and the Peterloo Massacre
Rachel Johnson completed her PhD ‘Musical Networks in Early Victorian Manchester’ at the Royal Northern College of Music in February 2021. Rachel’s areas of interest are wide ranging, embracing disciplines including musicology, sociology and cultural studies, and themes ranging from nineteenth-century British flute culture to the history of military music. She is currently lecturing for the Open University and the RNCM, alongside employment as principal flute for an Army Reserve band.
Jennifer Reid: Manchester Broadsides, Lancashire dialect and the Bangladeshi factory system
Jennifer Reid is a performer of 19th century street literature, Lancashire dialect and clog steps. She is interested in industrial history, especially that of Manchester and Lancashire.
Limited in-person tickets available. Registration for in-person tickets ends at 4pm Monday 15 November. Register for free here: Eventbrite
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