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Victorian Maritime: A Symposium

Posted on 21/05/2012

Institute for English Studies, Senate House, University of London
The University of London Nineteenth-Century Studies Seminar with the Centre for Victorian Studies, Royal Holloway


This final event in the Centre for Victorian Studies 2012 series, Victorian Communication, was held at the Institute of English Studies, Senate House on 9 June 2012 in conjunction with the London Nineteenth-Century Studies Seminar.

The speakers were: Tim Armstrong; Felix Driver; Sophie Gilmartin; Robert Hampson.

Tim Armstrong, ‘Ship and Shore: Life Saving as Spectacle in the Long Nineteenth Century’ § Felix Driver, ‘Material Memories: The Pacific Albums of John Linton Palmer, Navy Surgeon’ § Sophie Gilmartin, ‘The Great Mediterranean of Oxford Street: Nineteenth-Century Navigations of City and Sea’ § Robert Hampson, ‘Maritime Secrets’


Anyaa Anim-Adoo § Matthew Rubery § Vanessa Smith

11-4 Senate House G37

Download the symposium programme here »

For further information regarding this programme, please contact Ruth Livesey.


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