CFP: Irish Network for Nineteenth-Century Studies (INNS) Study Day



The Irish Network for Nineteenth-Century Studies (INNS) invites proposals for our second study day, to be held in UCD on Friday, April 17, 2020. The day will include quickfire work-in-progress sessions, a discussion group on a set text or image, a breakout session for postgrads, and a keynote on Victorian detective fiction by Dr Clare Clarke of TCD. The event will close with a wine reception, and there will be an optional dinner in the city centre.

This will be an informal occasion, providing a chance to present your ideas and get some feedback on your current research challenges, as well as an opportunity to meet other researchers working on nineteenth-century culture.

Proposals for 5-7 minute presentations on work in progress should include a brief summary of your current research project and should identify a single methodological problem or a particular aspect of your current project which you wish to discuss. Please send your proposal to by February 21. Scholars who wish to attend this event without contributing a presentation to this session are very welcome. Registration will be available through Eventbrite.

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We look forward to welcoming you to UCD. We are grateful to the ERC-sponsored SouthHem Project, the Humanities Institute, and the UCD School of English, Drama and Film for their support.

(Image courtesy of the National Library of Ireland. NLI Ref: CLAR58)



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