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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century
The Intermedial Eighteenth Century: Textual and Visual Arts, 1660-1832
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Nov 2
Dear delegate. To help us plan similar events in future, please would you consider completing this brief online questionnaire. We will share our results on the conference website so anyone can draw on them in planning future online events.
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Claudine van Hensbergen Oct 16
Just over a fortnight until the deadline for abstracts for a special issue of Women's Writing on Women Writers and the Creative Arts, c. 1660-1832, edited by and myself:
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Hannah Moss Oct 30
Deadline approaching! Attendees of & might be particularly interested in getting their research on women writing about the arts published in this special issue... 🎨
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Oct 26
Dear delegate. To help us plan similar events in future, please would you consider completing this brief online questionnaire. We will share our results on the conference website so anyone can draw on them in planning future online events.
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Oct 26
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Oct 26
We are beginning to re-release our presentations on the site as we receive permission from contributors. We are grateful to Professor Malcolm Baker for allowing us to make his wonderful keynote paper available to a wider audience. We hope more will follow soon.
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Sep 18
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Sep 18
The has ended We hope you enjoyed the papers provided by our fantastic speakers. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the conference. Thanks to the chairs for their support. Finally a big thank you to for organizing this wonderful event.
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Kristina Decker Sep 18
Just finished catching up with . Wonderful and thought provoking. Thank you to and well done to everyone involved! So many fantastic papers!
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Julie Park Sep 18
Thank you to for being brave enough to tackle head-on what intermediality means, and for calling out the deep biases--or "iconophobia"--of literary studies against the visual in his keynote lecture for . May his message make waves & shake out the cobwebs.
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Dr Ashleigh Blackwood Sep 18
Hearing a series of great research from delegates including those from Hannah Weaver, , , to name a couple, with wonderful plenaries. Recapping thinking from on interdisciplinarity which has captured my imagination and ambition!
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Dr Ashleigh Blackwood Sep 18
In so many ways this week has been turned upside down and needed some reorganisation! But, having survived to Friday night, I'm taking the cue of and completing my catch up of - I can now say - wonderfully successful conference online!
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Hannah Lyons Sep 18
It's part of the excellent conference! I think you have until the end of the day (Fri) to watch. But I can put you in contact with Francesca too if you want to discuss some more!?
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Lenia Kouneni Sep 18
In my Friday catch-up, I found 's interpretation Felicia Hemans' poem of Properzia de Rossi very interesting! Particularly enjoyed the intermingling discussion of Ariadne and Galatea and the use of paragone in order to elevate the status of women artists.
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Lenia Kouneni Sep 18
The whole panel on Intermedial objects was thought-provoking. , and worked great together to bring to the foreground issues of performance, agency and relationships.
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Dr Dan O'Brien Sep 18
At the end of a full and very exciting week of ideas all that remains is for me thank and for such an vibrant and accessible conference 💀
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Dr Dan O'Brien Sep 18
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And a very sincere thanks to everyone who watched my presentation - it’s very much appreciated!
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Lenia Kouneni Sep 18
I am late catching up with but thoroughly enjoyed 's paper on Anne Hamilton's interpretation of Fonthill Abbey. I found fascinating the way Maddy talked about movement through time and place, and about 'hidden spaces' and concealment.
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The Intermedial Eighteenth Century Sep 18
Conference material is available until 11:30pm BST. Register here for access:
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Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull Sep 18
Catching up on the papers from today. Excited for many interdisciplinary treats!
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