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Conferences

  • March 2010, University of Kent, Forging Connections:Defining Identities Through Text, 'Unlearning the Constellations: Celebrating Failure in the Poetry of Jack Gilbert'
  • June 2012, Warwick University, English Postgraduate Symposium, '“Reading is Eating on the Sly”: Victorian Metaphors of Reading and Food Adulteration in the Nineteenth Century'
  • January 2013, University of Lincoln, Victorian Knowing and Looking (MIVSS), '“On the white paper, the smooth wax, of our ingenuous souls”: Impression and Memory in Walter Pater’s ‘The Child in the House’
  • May 2013, Oxford University, 'Object': English Graduate Conference, “His heart had beat inside that coat, and his brain had worked under that hat”: Affirming identity through touch in Hardy’s ‘An Imaginative Woman’
  • July 2013, University of Birmingham, 'Books, Authors, Audiences' (MIVSS), "Golden Dreams of Sinful Pleasure": Women’s Reading and Barrier Transgression in the Nineteenth Century
  • July 2013, Birkbeck, University of London, Victorian Tactile Imagination, “His heart had beat inside that coat, and his brain had worked under that hat”: Affirming identity through touch in Hardy’s ‘An Imaginative Woman’
  • June 2014, University of Warwick, Faith and Feeling, “Why should you starve your mind in that way?”: Faith, Feeling and Reading in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss
  • July 2014, VPFA conference, Senate House, Victorian Treasures and Trash, “Let’s Read All the Books Again. We Shall Get Lots of Ideas Out of Them”: Reading and the Search for Treasure in Edith Nesbit’s The Treasure Seekers