This term, the Centre for Victorian Studies at the University of Exeter will be hosting a series of talks from early career researchers showcasing the research outputs and interests of the CVS.
Following on from the wonderfully open and enlightening opening panel, we are delighted that each of our brilliant speakers will each be presenting on their research over the next few weeks (with a break for the Easter holiday). After hearing about their experiences of submitting their theses and passing their vivas during the pandemic, we’ll now to get to learn all about the brilliant work they finished during that time!
We’ll be starting off with Dr Heather Hind who will be presenting her talk entitled: “Cruel Suspicions and Labyrinths of Letters: Victorian Hairwork in Print“.
Dr Henry Bartholomew’s talk is entitled: “Reading and Extinction: Dark Ecology, Algernon Blackwood, and the Consolations of the Gothic”.
Dr Lucy Morse’s talk will be: “Heathland Rebellion: Feral Citizenry and Nomadic Politics in Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the Native”
And Dr Eleanor Hopkins’s talk is: “This unflinching regularity”: Liminal Exteriors and the Mail Train in Lady Audley’s Secret“.
Please use the following Zoom link to join:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 922 9490 7059
This is a recurring link that will be used for this series of talks hosted by the CVS (please see the attached poster). So you can use that link each time.
This post has been re-published by permission from the
BAVS Postgraduates Blog. Please see the original post at https://victorianist.wordpress.com/2021/04/27/centre-for-victorian-studies-ecr-talks-series-updated-schedule/