Author Archives: Kathleen Lawton-Trask
19 June 2015 3 – 6:30 p.m. The Magrath Room The Queen’s College, Oxford 3.00 Chair: Ritchie Robertson (Oxford) Valerio Rocco Lozano (Madrid): Literary sources of Hegel’s conception of the ‘Romanitas’ 3.30 Charlie Louth (Oxford): Hölderlin. ‘Vom Delphin’ 4.00 Discussion 4.30 Tea 5.00 Chair: Laura Anna Macor (Oxford) Christopher Meid (Oxford): Philosophie und Revolution. Friedrich Maximilian Klingers ‘Geschichte eines Teutschen der neuesten Zeit’ (1798) 5.30 Luigi Reitani (Udine): Friedrich Hölderlin. Ein philosophischer Dichter? 6.00 Discussion Discussants: Joanna Neilly (Oxford), Jim Reed (Oxford), Marco Sgarbi (Venice), Betiel Wasihun (Oxford) Should you have any queries, please contact the organizer, Laura Macor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday 30 May 2015 Dr Williams’s Library Gordon Square London WC1H 0AR To register please contact the organiser, Tessa Whitehouse, at email@example.com. This conference seeks to shine a light on the literary cultures that flourished among orthodox dissenting communities in the … Continue reading
The Queen’s College, Magrath Room, 19 June 2015, 3.00-6.30 p.m Literature and Philosophy form the Janus-faced identity of German culture from the eighteenth century onwards. A massive amount of research has accordingly been devoted to the relationship of these two … Continue reading
Tuesday 7 July 2015, University of Warwick Sponsored by the European History Research Centre and the AHRC-funded project ‘French Theatre of the Napoleonic Era’ at the University of Warwick. When Napoleon escaped from Elba and landed in France in February … Continue reading
The “Long-Eighteenth-Century Research in Progress” seminar is proud to invite presentation proposals for Michaelmas Term 2014. While eighteenth-century literature has been our focus, we also provide a space in which all aspects of the period can be discussed and thus … Continue reading
Yearning for a forum in which to discuss all things eighteenth century? Yearn no more, for the RECSO Facebook page is up and running! Click on the link to join us for casual chat about recent scholarship — and to … Continue reading