Durham University - Hatfield College
Friday 22 June, 9:00-19:00
This conference will feature twelve papers by researchers from British institutions, a keynote by Assistant Professor Robert St Clair (Dartmouth College), and performances of poetry by Anne Portugal and Professor Michael O'Neill.
The event is supported by Durham University (@durhamIO), Hatfield College (@HatfieldCollege), the Society for French Studies (@french_studies), the Arts and Humanities Research Council's Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership (@Northern_Bridge), the network on 'Contemporary French Poetic Practice' funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (@ahrcpress), and Le Service Enseignement Supérieur, Recherche et Innovation de l'Ambassade de France au Royaume-Uni (@AmbascienceUK).
Article-length versions of a selection of the conference papers will appear in a guest-edited issue of Nineteenth-Century Contexts in early 2019.
On the day preceding the conference, seven of the speakers will deliver a training day at Newcastle University on 'Analysing Poetry' for twenty-five postgraduates from Durham University, Newcastle University, and Queen's University Belfast.
Further information is available from the organiser, Dr Daniel Finch-Race (email@example.com).