School of History, Classics & Archaeology

Edinburgh 19th century research seminars

The Edinburgh 19th century research seminars take place regularly throughout the semester and are open to all.

Seminar description

The Nineteenth-Century Research Seminars (NCRS) is a monthly seminar series that provides a cross- and inter-disciplinary forum where postgraduate and early career researchers can meet, form connections, debate and collaborate on all issues pertaining to the long-nineteenth century.

Monthly seminars will consist of 2-3 twenty-minute papers – one paper from a University of Edinburgh-based researcher and at least one paper from a researcher based in another institution – followed by discussion and a reception.

The research seminars are funded by the University of Edinburgh's Student-Led Initiative Fund.

Time and location

Seminars will take place on Thursdays 4.30–6.00pm, please see below for venues and map links to them.

Date Topic Venue
Thursday 7 Feb

'Radical readings of the 19th century'

Project Room 1.06, 50 George Square

Thursday 7 Mar

'Science and religion'

Adam House, Chamber Street

Thursday 4 Apr

'Philosophy and literature'

Project Room 1.06, 50 George Square
Thursday 2 May

'Art and architecture'

Project Room 1.06, 50 George Square
Thursday 6 June

'Gender and sexuality'

2.14 Appleton Tower, George Square

Further information

Follow us on Facebook (@EdinburghNCRS) for information on individual speakers and papers. Please contact the conveners – Valentina P. Aparicio (English Literature), Bethany Parsons (Classics, Philosophy), and Randall Reinhard (History) – via email if you have any questions about this seminar series.

 

Edinburgh 19th century seminar series

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