Dylan Carver, Eliza Haughton-Shaw, Alexander Hobday and Ephraim Levinson speak at the British Society for 18th Century Studies Annual Conference, in a panel showcasing current PhD work in the Faculty, January 2019

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Dylan Carver, Eliza Haughton-Shaw, Alexander Hobday and Ephraim Levinson are all speaking at the British Society for 18th Century Studies Annual Conference in Oxford, January 4-6, in a special panel showcasing current PhD work in the Faculty.

The title of the panel is ‘Cultural Transformation in Later Eighteenth-Century Britain: New Directions from the University of Cambridge’ and it is chaired by Dr Philip Connell.

The titles of the papers are:

Dylan Carver: ‘Robert Adam and the Limits of the Gothic’
Eliza Haughton-Shaw: ‘Anti-climax in Sterne’s Tristram Shandy and Wordsworth’s Lyrical Ballads’
Alexander Hobday: ‘Boswell: Scepticism and Happiness’
Ephraim Levinson: ‘Gray’s Bards after “The Bard”‘.

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