Deadline today: CFP for London C19 Studies Graduate Conference

This annual conference is a great opportunity to present a 10-minute paper on your PhD research and learn more about the projects of other graduate students working in nineteenth-century studies at the University of London and beyond. The atmosphere is friendly and supportive, and this year we are excited to welcome Professors Regenia Gagnier and John Sutherland to give plenary talks. Registration is free (just remember to book) and includes lunch and a wine reception. We look forward to seeing you there!

RHUL English Research Forum


Saturday 25th April

The Court Room, Senate House, London

Call for Papers – Deadline Thursday 2nd April 2015

Keynote Speaker Regenia Gagnier (Exeter)

Plenary Speaker John Sutherland (UCL)

This year’s London Nineteenth-Century Studies Seminar Postgraduate Conference day takes place on Saturday 25th April 2015 at Senate House, University of London.

The purpose of the day is to enable postgraduate students across London working on any aspect of the long nineteenth century to present and discuss their research in a friendly and collegial setting. The conference day aims to encourage students to establish and develop their personal and professional networks, as well as to build skills and confidence in presenting their work.

The committee invites proposals for ten-minute papers from all postgraduate research students and those registered at any of the Colleges and Institutes of the University of London are particularly encouraged to apply. You may choose to focus on a single element of your…

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