Nineteenth-Century Violences: A Research Conversation - CANCELLED
UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE
You’re invited to join us for a research conversation, for scholars of all disciplines at any career stage, to think about different forms of violence in the nineteenth century. Three colleagues will share the ways they have conceptualised and researched violence in their own work, leading a conversation in which all attendees are invited to discuss how this is – or might be – a theme for their own project. The aim is to encourage the broadest possible discussion across disciplines, institutions, and geographies, for anybody studying any aspect of the nineteenth century. We hope you will share ideas and discover new synergies that cross barriers between universities, departments, and fields. All are welcome.
- Jennifer Aston (History, Northumbria University) – Domestic Violence
- Sophie Franklin (English, Nottingham Trent University) – Literature and Violence
- Gary Hutchinson (Politics, Durham) – Electoral Violence
- You – Please come to share and discuss your work and interests
The discussion will be followed by – and continued during – a wine reception for all attendees.
The Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies – a partnership between Durham University, Newcastle University, and Northumbria University – offers a home for scholars across the region, working in any discipline on any part of the world, during the nineteenth century. For more information about the event or the Centre’s work, please contact email@example.com.
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