|The colloquium is to be held on Monday 18th June 2018 at Newman University and this interdisciplinary event is designed primarily for postgraduate researchers at all levels and early career researchers. We want to build upon the developing field within Victorian Studies that focuses on the concept of fear; whether this is physical, political, religious, social, economic etc.
The primary purpose is to allow researchers an opportunity to present current or recent findings in a supportive environment. The event is to bring together researchers from all institutions to engage with one another’s work and explore how the theme can relate to so much within Victorian Britain.
We have two confirmed keynotes: Professor Martin Hewitt, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean in the Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University, and Dr Helen Davies, Head of English at Newman University. We are planning on running workshops during the day and also a special evening event (date, time and location to be confirmed).
We strive to make the colloquium as accessible as possible, therefore we are aiming to keep costs for delegates as low as possible so that those who are self-funded are able to attend, and will provide relevant information regarding accommodation and travel in due course.
Proposals of 250-500 words for individual papers of approximately 20 minutes or panels comprising of two or three papers should be submitted by Friday 26th January 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org.