The Nineteenth-Century Graduate Workshop will hold its first session of term next Tuesday, 26 January, between 1pm and 2pm in SR-14, where Oliver Goldstein will be delivering a talk entitled ‘Thomas Hardy reads Algernon Charles Swinburne: “Dead shalt thou lie”’.
The Nineteenth-Century Graduate Workshop provides a forum for graduate students to deliver, discuss and receive feedback on their on-going research. We welcome papers on all aspects of long-nineteenth-century literature (from c. 1790 to 1914), and are open to the many diverse
approaches involved in its study. Submissions are particularly encouraged from graduates in English; however, papers on history, philosophy, art, music, theology and related areas of nineteenth-century studies are gladly received.
Papers are c. 20 minutes in length, and offer opportunities to present work in progress to an interested audience. Each paper is followed by 15 to 20 minutes of constructive questions and informal discussion.
Anna Nickerson (Girton College) and Michael Sullivan (Trinity College)