North West Long Nineteenth-Century Seminar: ’19th-century women’s ghost stories’

The Victorianist: BAVS Postgraduates

North West Long Nineteenth-Century Seminar

Wednesday March 24th 2021, 4 – 6.30 pm GMT

‘Nineteenth-Century Women’s Ghost Stories’

The third of our online research seminars hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University. To find out more about the seminar series or to offer a paper, please contact Dr Emma Liggins and Dr Sonja Lawrenson

Please click on the following Zoom link to join the seminar. Feel free to write questions or responses in the chat box.

Meeting ID: 993 4622 9473
Passcode: 360887

4.00 – 5.15

Dr Ruth Heholt (Falmouth University), ‘Detecting the Ghost: Real Apparitions and Real Crimes in the Work of Catherine Crowe’

Dr Jen Baker (University of Warwick), ‘Minor Embodiments: Spectral and Ghostly Children of the long nineteenth century’

5.15 – 5.30 Break

5.30 – 6.30

Dr Zsuzsa Török, (Institute for Literary Studies, Budapest), ‘Mrs Vachott’s Haunting Memories: Walter Scott and the Female Gothic…

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