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2013 events

CECS Research Seminar week 9 Autumn Term 2013

Tuesday 26 November 2013

The speaker this week will be Donald William Stewart from the University of Edinburgh

CECS Research Seminar week 7 Autumn Term

Tuesday 12 November 2013

Professor Mee, University of York, will be giving the paper, 'Thomas Hardy, Politics, Religion, and 'public'discourse in the 1790s'

CECS Day Conference

Saturday 9 November 2013

Sociability and Print Culture

CECS Research Seminar Week 6 Autumn Term

Tuesday 5 November 2013

Greg Dart, from UCL, will be giving the paper 'The Romantic Essay and the City'

CECS Research Seminar Week 4 Autumn Term

Tuesday 22 October 2013

Professor Fiona Stafford, from University of Oxford, will be giving a paper 'Lyrical Ballads and the Poetry of Place'

CECS Research Seminar Week 3 Autumn Term

Tuesday 15 October 2013

James Chandler, University of Chicago, will be the first of our Autumn term speakers

CECS Research Seminar

Tuesday 30 April 2013

Emma Clery (University of Southampton) "Anna Barbauld's Stoic Politics and The Question of Patriotism"

CECS Day Conference: Medical Matters

Saturday 9 March 2013

All welcome

‘Ulster Truism: Francis Hutcheson and William Hazlitt’

Tuesday 5 March 2013

For staff and students interested in the Eighteenth Century

‘New College, Hackney and the Liberal Dissenting Academies, 1751-96’

Tuesday 19 February 2013

For staff and students interested in the Eighteenth Century

‘New College, Hackney and the Liberal Dissenting Academies, 1751-96’

Tuesday 19 February 2013

For staff and students interested in the Eighteenth Century

‘Domesticating Wonder: Late-Eighteenth-Century Children’s Writing and the Home’

Tuesday 5 February 2013

For staff and students interested in the Eighteenth Century

'John Bull Meets Uncle Sam: British attitudes towards the United States from Independence to the War of 1812'

Tuesday 29 January 2013

For staff and students interested in the Eighteenth Century

Robespierre: Authenticity and Terror in Revolutionary Politics

Tuesday 15 January 2013

For staff and students interested in the Eighteenth Century

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