Queen Mary Nineteenth-Century Network
The Queen Mary Nineteenth-Century Network is an interdisciplinary forum to connect the wide range of expertise across the long nineteenth century within Queen Mary University of London and foster collaborative connections.
For more information about, or to join, the Nineteenth-Century Network please contact Dr Rachel Bryant Davies (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There is also a Nineteenth-Century Network Teams channel available to existing QMUL colleagues, for regular updates and meeting links.
Dr Rachel Bryant Davies, Lecturer in Comparative Literature, School of Languages, Linguistics, and Film
Dr Matthew Ingleby, Lecturer in Victorian Literature, School of English and Drama
Professor Alastair Owens, Professor of Historical Geography and Head of School of Geography
This list will be updated regularly as new members join
Dr Will Bowers, Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Thought, School of English and Drama
Professor David Duff, Professor of Romanticism, School of English and Drama
Chunlin Men, 1st year PhD student, School of English and Drama
Professor Angus Nicholls, Professor of Comparative Literature and German, School of Languages, Linguistics, and Film
Dr Amanda Sciampacone, Lecturer in British and European Art since 1700, School of History
Professor Kiera Vaclavik, Director of the Centre for Childhood Cultures, School of Languages, Linguistics, and Film
Professor Georgios Varouxakis, Professor of the History of Political Thought, School of History
Monthly discussion forum: informal 'show and tell' format (online in 2020) on abstract topics and big themes with interdisciplinary scope (such as, for example, 'anecdotes', decades of the 1800s, melodrama, music, vaccinations...).
*Times and dates for the second half of Semester One coming soon: please fill out the doodle poll (on the Teams channel) and watch this space!*
A mixture of work-in-progress talks, research papers, and lectures from external speakers.
9th November 2020, 18:00 to 19:30
The virtual launch of Dr Rachel Bryant Davies and Dr Barbara Gribling’s edited collection Pasts at play: childhood encounters with history in British culture, 1750-1914 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020)