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 e.liggins@mmu.ac.uk and Dr Sonja Lawrenson s.lawrenson@mmu.ac.uk.

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

https://mmu-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/99346229473?pwd=djZBellKd2p1R0dzRFRBSm00TjNmQT09

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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