Saturday 3 November 2012, 10.00AM to 5.00pm
Speakers include: Gregory Claeys, Mary-Ann Constantine, Stephen Daniels, Peter de Bolla, Markman Ellis, Kevin Gilmartin, Nigel Leask, Jon Mee, and Mark Philp
10.30 Gregory Claeys (Royal Holloway), 'Paine and Rights'
11.00 Mark Philp (Oxford), 'A Political Theorist and Painting: William Godwin's Republican Imagery'
12.00 Kevin Gilmartin (Caltech), 'William Hazlitt: Radical Politics and the Arts'
12.30 Jon Mee (Warwick), 'Jam tomorrow?'
2.00 Nigel Leask (Glasgow), 'Versions of Pastoral'
2.30 Stephen Daniels (Nottingham), 'Map-work: Geographies of Britton's Wiltshire'
3.30 Mary-Ann Constatine (Wales) 'East meets West; or, from CECS to CAWCS. Emigration and knowledge-transfer in 1790s scholarship'
4.00 Peter de Bolla (Cambridge), 'The dark side of DAY-LIGHT'
This Symposium is free, but please email email@example.com to register.
If you wish to have lunch, the charge is £5.00. Please send cheque made payable to University of York (JCB Symposium) to Clare Bond, CECS, The King's Manor, Exhibition Square, York Y01 7EP. Alternatively, you can indicate when registering that you will pay for lunch on the day. Please could you let us know if you have any dietary or accessibility requirements.
Location: The King's Manor