Interdisciplinary Conversations on the Long 19th Century, Research Talks at Edinburgh Napier University

Interdisciplinary Conversations on the Long 19th Century, Research Talks at Edinburgh Napier University

Please note that rooms vary for most of the talks below.

  • ‘“Parochial histories”: The Poetics of Ecological Record-Keeping and Material Change, c. 1780-1830’

Dr Rhian Williams, University of Glasgow, Fri 25 January 2013

3.30-5.00pm, Room H14, Merchiston Campus, Colinton Road, Edinburgh

  •  ‘The Perils of Fictional Credit: Cecilia Or, Memoirs of an Heiress

Dr Joyce Goggin, University of Amsterdam, Fri 8 February 2013

3.30-5.00pm, Room H14, Merchiston Campus, Colinton Road, Edinburgh

  • ‘The Curse of the Justified Sinner: A Case Study in the Challenges of Adapting James Hogg’s Gothic Classic into a Feature Film’

James Mavor, Edinburgh Napier University, Fri 22 February 2013

3.30-5.00pm, Room F29, Merchiston Campus, Colinton Road, Edinburgh

  • ‘Chlorodyne: Telling Tales about a Drug Whose “Composition Cannot be Discovered”’

Dr James Mussell, University of Birmingham, Fri 15 March 2013

3.30-5.00pm, Room H17, Merchiston Campus, Colinton Road, Edinburgh

  • ‘Conrad, Ford, Wells and the Emergence of Modernism’

Professor Linda Dryden, Edinburgh Napier University, Fri 19 April 2013

3.30-5.00pm, Room H11, Merchiston Campus, Colinton Road, Edinburgh

All welcome! Please contact the convenor Dr Anne Schwan (a.schwan@napier.ac.uk) if you have any questions about the research talk series, including location.

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