This graduate specific workshop relates to the end-of-year RECSO conference, Global Connections: Influences from Elsewhere in Eighteenth-Century British Art, Literature, and Culture, and offers graduates the opportunity to participate in its direction and organisation. Lead by Joe Davies, the resulting conference committee will apply for the TORCH Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference Competition or alternatively be granted funding through RECSO. Further details to follow.
We will also be announcing funding opportunities for successful Oxford graduate applications to speak at the BSECS 44th Annual Conference on the theme of ‘Riots, Rebellions and Revolutions’, at St. Hugh’s College, Oxford, 6-8 January 2015. Up to six awards are available covering attendance costs for this three-day conference. We will accept both individual proposals within this broad theme and, should it be the case, a panel or roundtable proposal on a distinct theme.
This is part of RECSO's Trinity Term 2014 Programme 'Crossing the Disciplines’ To be notified of updates and additional events “follow” the RECSO Blog. Also see the Network page for further details, recommended readings, and other activities.
Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Studies Oxford
Contact name: Adam Brigden
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Audience: Open to all