Birkbeck Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies
Programme: Summer Term 2021
13 May, 7pm. Prof Lauren F Klein (Emory). ‘What Data Visualization Reveals: Elizabeth Palmer Peabody and the Work of Knowledge Production’
20 May, 5pm. Prof. Josephine McDonagh (Chicago). ‘Thinking about … Literature in a Time of Migration’.
Respondent: Prof Charlotte S. Sussman (Duke)
17 June, 5pm. Dr Kate Nichols (Birmingham). ‘Tigers and a Global History of Victorian Art’.
Respondent: Dr Lara Atkin (Kent)
10 June, 6pm. ‘Headspaces: Science, Fiction, and the Boundaries of the Mind in the Nineteenth Century’.
A symposium feat. Prof Roger Luckhurst (Birkbeck), Prof. Anna Neill (Kansas), Dr Elsa Richardson (Strathclyde), and Dr Aren Roukema (Birkbeck)
23 June, 6pm. ‘Blake as caricature, caricature as Blakean analysis: visual and verbal responses to scandal in 1809’.
Online Seminar. Participants tbc.