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Schedule announced for RHUL Centre for Victorian Studies' Autumn/Spring Guest Speaker Series

Posted on 18/11/2013

Royal Holloway Centre for Victorian Studies 2013-14: Current Schedule

Guest Speakers

24 October, Dr Vicky Greenaway (Royal Holloway, University of London), ‘'Line vs Outline: Sonnets and Sculpture in the Long Nineteenth Century' (Room 243, International Building)

14 November, Professor Greg Glaeys (Royal Holloway, University of London), 'Mill and Family Values’ (Room 243, International Building)

6 February, Dr Nick Freeman (Loughborough University), ‘What Kind of Love Came to Professor Guildea: Robert Hichens and the Haunting of Hyde Park?’ (Room to be announced)

20 March, Professor Barrie Bullen (Royal Holloway, University of London), ‘The Pre-Raphaelites in the Spirit World’ (Room to be announced)

6 March, Dr Alex Murray (University of Exeter) ‘Landscapes of Decadence' (Room to be announced)

Seminars will take place at 6pm at Royal Holloway, Egham. All welcome, including non-members of the Royal Holloway Victorian Studies Centre. Drinks will be provided. Please direct any queries to Professor Juliet John, Centre Director: Juliet.John@rhul.ac.uk

Film Screening and Exhibition

19 November, Screening of The Song of the Shirt (Dir. Sue Clayton and Jonathan Curling) and Exhibition of Fournier Street Prints (Sue Clayton), Genesis Cinema, Whitechapel, 6.30-9pm (see RHUL Victorian Studies Centre website for details)



   
 
 
 

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