The historic Restoration to Reform, 1660-1832, seminar is back:
Dorfman Room, St. Peter’s College
Mondays (weeks 2, 4, 6 and 8 at 5.15 pm)
2nd week, 20th October
Dr Tim Parnell, Goldsmith’s University: ‘Sterne and mid-century fiction: the “vast empire of biographical freebooters”, and the “crying volume”’
4th week, 3rd November
Dr Katarina Stenke, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge: ‘The Well-dissembed Mourner: Lightning’s (Dis)course in the Still Lives of Thomson’s “Celadon and Amelia”’
6th week, 17th November
Professor Jack Lynch, Rutgers University: ‘Shakespeare Forger and Cretan Liar: Puzzling over William Henry Ireland’
8th week, 1st December
Dr Steven Parissien, Compton Verney Gallery: ‘Compton Verney in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century’, followed by an informal workshop on women readers and domestic book collections.
All are welcome. Drinks are served following the seminar.