Tuesday 20 July 2021
Gothic Woman is an ongoing, collaborative project supported by the British Association of Romantic Studies. The project’s central focus is on women writing during the Romantic period, particularly those who have been neglected by history and academic study.
Monday 19 July 2021
Congratulations to Holly Day and Sharon Choe who have been awarded doctoral fellowships with the Humanities Research Centre for 2021-22.
Thursday 13 May 2021
CECS is happy to announce the winner of the Bigger6/CECS article award, a prize for the best article from 2020 in Romantic studies by an emerging scholar of colour.
Sunday 9 May 2021
The University of York's Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies and the University of Melbourne's Enlightenment, Romanticism and Contemporary Culture Research Unit is excited to reveal a call for papers for a postgraduate conference this summer.
Sunday 2 May 2021
Today marks the bicentenary of the death of Hester Lynch Salusbury Thrale Piozzi (27 January, 1741 or 16 January, 1740 – 2 May, 1821).
Wednesday 28 April 2021
The ‘Gothic Women’ team are pleased to invite applications for the position of ‘Gothic Women’ Events Fellow, for a period of one year, starting in June 2021.
Thursday 22 April 2021
Did you study with us for a Masters degree or a PhD? We'd love to hear from you!
Thursday 8 April 2021
Former PhD student Yusuke Wakazawa has been appointed in permanent role at Keio University as an Assistant Professor of English.
Monday 22 March 2021
As part of her research into Blake’s legacy in the realm of independent and self-publishing, PhD student Caroline Ritchie recently spoke to photographer, publisher, and activist Max Reeves.
Thursday 4 March 2021
Congratulations to Katie Crowther and Gemma Shearwood, winners of this year's Nuttgens award!
Wednesday 3 March 2021
For those who missed the Zoom seminar, or would like to listen again, the recording from Prof. Stacey Sloboda's talk on 2 March can now be viewed online.
Friday 19 February 2021
For those who missed the Zoom seminar, or would like to listen again, the recording from Prof. Laurie Shannon's talk on 16 February can now be viewed online.
Monday 1 February 2021
We're pleased to announce a prize for the best article from 2020 in Romantic studies by an emerging scholar of colour.
Sunday 24 January 2021
A new college at the University of York will be named after scholar and Yorkshire businesswoman, Anne Lister.
Monday 30 November 2020
Holly Day and Lilian Tabois are the joint winners of this year's award.
Monday 23 November 2020
Congratulations to Rachel Feldberg who has won the 2019-20 Dissertation Prize for the highest mark in her MA in Eighteenth Century Studies cohort.
Monday 9 November 2020
CECS and Archaeology academic, Professor Jonathan Finch, co-edits a new book on the famed landscaper.
Thursday 8 October 2020
Congratulations to CECS and Department of English and Related Literature academic, Chloe Wigston Smith, on the publication of her new book, which is co-edited with Serena Dyer (De Montfort University).
Tuesday 6 October 2020
Congratulations to CECS and Department of English and Related Literature academic, Gillian Russell, on the publication of her new book.
Wednesday 23 September 2020
The CECS PG Forum committee discusses Distance 2020, online conferences and reimagining the international academic landscape