Speakers now confirmed!

We will shortly be announcing the programme for the day, but in the meantime we are delighted to announce below the names of our speakers and the titles of their papers:

Imogen Clarke (University of Roehampton) – Rescuing Newton: The Careful Management of a Revolution in Science

Harry Gregory (University of York) – Tin Tabernacles and Religious Expansion in the Late Nineteenth-Century

Katharina Günther (University of Cologne) – Aesthetics of Transparency – Francis Bacon and X-Ray Photography

Ian Higgins (University of Leicester) – ‘This Strange Disease of Modern Life’: Boredom, Flux and the Making of Modernity

Helen Kearney  (Royal College of Art) -Mapping Modernity: The London Postal Map

Gaetan Maret (University of Oxford) – Literary Travels of the Harlem Renaissance

Antonino L. Nielfi  (University of Melbourne) – Swirls of Shouts and Rivers of Shapes: Futurism’s Dual Gaze on Early Twentieth-Century Society

Christopher Phillips (University of Leeds) – Remembering the Third ‘M’

Fariha Shaikh (King’s College London) – ‘An Imagined Community’? The Social Life of Nineteenth-Century Emigrant Shipboard Newspapers

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