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Spring Term Schedule, Royal Holloway Centre for Victorian Studies

Posted on 03/02/2014

22 January (with the Centre for the Study of the Body and Material Culture), Kelly Bushnell (RHUL English), Laura Neff (RHUL History), Betsy Lewis-Holmes (University of Exeter), ‘Monstrous Misconceptions: “Medicalised” Bodies of the Nineteenth Century’, 1.30-2.30 (Bourne Lecture Theatre 2)

5 February Prof. Regenia Gagnier (University of Exeter), ‘Victorian Postgraduate Masterclass’, 2-4pm (Windsor Building 1-03) [Background reading available on request]

5 February (with HARC) Prof. Regenia Gagnier (University of Exeter) and Prof. Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge), ‘Imperialism, Globalisation, and Interdisciplinarity’, 5.15-7pm (Management Building Lecture Theatre)

13 February Dr Nick Freeman (Loughborough University), ‘What Kind of Love Came to Professor Guildea: Robert Hichens and the Haunting of Hyde Park?’, 6-7.30 (International Building 007) [Background reading available here]

6 March Dr Alex Murray (University of Exeter) ‘Landscapes of Decadence', 6-7.30 (International Building 007)

20 March Professor Barrie Bullen (Royal Holloway, University of London), ‘The Pre-Raphaelites in the Spirit World’, 6-7.30 (International Building 007)

All welcome, including non-members of the Royal Holloway Victorian Studies Centre. Please direct any queries to Professor Juliet John, Centre Director: Juliet.Johnrhul.ac.uk


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