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Southampton Centre for Nineteenth-Century Research

A Dissident Kingsley: The Life and Work of Lucas Malet Event

Date:
15 June 2019
Venue:
Village of Eversley, Hampshire

Event details

Part of The Charles Kingsley 200 Festival. All welcome.

This summer symposium in Eversley, Hampshire provides postgraduate students and scholars the opportunity to discuss recent research on the work of the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century author Lucas Malet (Mary St Leger Harrison, née Kingsley). Organised by Dr Jane Ford, Teeside University and Dr Justine Pizzo, University of Southampton this event forms part of the CK200 Festival celebrating the bicentennial of the author’s father Charles Kingsley. Held at Malet’s former home, ‘The Keys’ this unique symposium will feature twenty-minute presentations followed by a discussion about the future of scholarship on her work. [Paper proposals due 3 May. Those interested in participating should email the conference organisers directly: J.Ford@tees.ac.uk; J.F.Pizzo@soton.ac.uk].

Speaker information

Dr Justine Pizzo ,Lecturer in British Literature from 1837 to 1939

Dr Jane Ford,Teeside University,Lecturer in English Studies

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