Registration open for Coastal Cultures of the Long Nineteenth Century, 1775–1914 14 and 15 March 2014

Registration is now open for

Coastal Cultures of the Long Nineteenth Century, 1775–1914
14 and 15 March 2014

Venues: English Faculty, University of Oxford & Magdalen College, Oxford

Description: The conference explores the diversity of experiences dependent on the coasts in the long nineteenth century. Papers will consider aesthetic responses by artists, writers and musicians, but also focus on everyday material practices. In keeping with the spirit of fluid exchange encouraged by coasts, the conference draws together scholars from across the disciplines of literature, art history, musicology, history, and geography.

Speakers include Rosemary Ashton, Margaret Cohen, Valentine Cunningham, Jane Darcy, Roger Ebbatson, Kate Flint, Nick Freeman, Nick Grindle, James Kneale, Leya Landau, Fiona Stafford, Christiana Payne, David Sergeant and Carl Thompson.

A recital will take place in association with the conference, with singers from the Guildhall School for Music performing works by Elgar, Stanford and Vaughan Williams, introduced by musicologist and concert pianist Ceri Owen.

The conference programme can be downloaded at the site below.

Registration is now open!  To register, please go to http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/our-research/coastal-cultures-long-nineteenth-century-1775–1914. Bursaries and concessionary prices available for postgraduates.

Contact: coastal.cultures@gmail.com

Sponsored by:

Magdalen College, University of Oxford

BAVS (British Association of Victorian Studies)

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