The seventh London Nineteenth-Century Studies Graduate Conference will feature a diverse range of perspectives from literary studies to visual arts, global history, and material and popular cultures.
The conference is intended as a cross- and inter-disciplinary forum where postgraduate researchers working on any aspect of the long nineteenth century can present and discuss their research in a supportive and stimulating environment. Welcoming graduate researchers from a variety of institutions, the 2020 conference promises to be a bold and innovative exploration of the nineteenth century.
We are excited to welcome an exceptional keynote speaker to this year’s conference.
Dr Beth Palmer (University of Surrey) will deliver the keynote address, on ‘Weekly Serialisation and Modes of Sensation: Unknown Publics and Common Readers’.
Registration is free, though booking is essential. The conference has been generously funded by the London Nineteenth Century Studies Seminar, which meets regularly at the IES throughout the year.
Registration can be completed here.