19CRS Presentation Schedule Fall 2018

Friday, September 7 
2:45-3:30 Cox Reception Hall
Reception for Professor Clare Simmons, Three-month Research Fellow at the ABL

3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall
Dr. Kristen Pond
Sabbatical Talk: “‘I Spy a Stranger!’: Victorian Newspapers and the Stranger at the Great Exhibition of 1851

Friday, September 14 
3:45-4:45 ABL Lecture Hall
Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards (OGSPA)
Nicholas Krause: “Scarcity, Economy, and the Poetics of Creation: Chartist Reimaginings of Political-Economic Space”
Nicole Bouchard: “Agency in Illness: Elizabeth Gaskell’s Reflection on the Woman Question in Mary Barton

Friday, September 21
3:30-4:30 ABL Seminar Room
Workshop with Professor Clare Simmons, Three-month Research Fellow at the ABL
“Publishing Your First Article and Submitting to Conferences”
Co-Sponsored by 19CRS and EGSA

Thursday, October 4- Friday, October 5
Armstrong Browning Library 
“Rhyme and Reform: Victorian Working-Class Poets and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s ‘Cry of the Children’”

Friday, November 9
3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall
Devoney Looser (English, Arizona State University)
“The Making of Jane Austen”

Friday, November 16
3:30-4:30 ABL Lecture Hall 
Professor Clare Simmons: Three-Month Research Fellowship Presentation
“Christmas Ghosts”

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