The Nineteenth-Century Study Group
This interdisciplinary study group welcomes interested nineteenth-century scholars from across the University.
The group has two main objectives:
- To cultivate a more consolidated sense of the nineteenth-century research field in the University,
- To encourage interdisciplinary conversation, that can in turn promote a richer sense of the culture of our research period, and lead to new avenues for collaborative research.
We meet svereal times each semester to discuss texts, images and theory from our shared field. Material for discussion is circulated to the group prior to meetings via our blog.
All meetings held in the Rogers Room, John Woolley Building A20, from 3-5pm. Coffee and tea provided.
For further information, or to join this group, contact .
Programme for Semester 1, 2015
Thursday, April 23
Dr. Dalia Nassar, "Romantic Empiricism"
Thursday, May 21
Cressida Green, "Victorian Narratives of Female Rivalry"
Thursday, June 25
Associate Professor Mary Roberts, Istanbul Exchanges: Ottomans, Orientalists, and Nineteenth-Century Visual Cultures
Programme for Semester 2, 2014
Round Table: Letter Writing
Art and Writing
The Ocean World
The Gaskells and the King James Bible
Programme for Semester 1, 2014
Round Table: "Silly Novels by Lady Novelists"
Performance in Fancy Dress
Carnival Theory and Children's Literature
Programme for Semester 1, 2013
Casts and Copies
Programme for Semester 2, 2012
The Victorian Everyday
Ideas of Childhood
Programme for Semester 1, 2012
Medicines and Treatments
Programme for Semester 2, 2011
Programme for Semester 1, 2011
'In the Blood?' /The Animal Matrix
Poverty and Population
Programme for Semester 2, 2010
Programme for Semester 1, 2010
Programme for Semester 2, 2009
Cultures of Impermanence in Nineteenth Century Australia
Film Session 2
Programme for Semester 1, 2009
Elocution and Etiquette
Film Session 1
Programme for Semester 2, 2008.
The Body in Pain
Programme for Semester 1, 2008.
Friday, April 4
Greg Dening's Theories of Ethnohistory
Wednesday, April 30
Friday, May 16
Wednesday, May 28
Crowds and Crime