About this Event
Please join us for a one-day, interdisciplinary workshop exploring themes in the long nineteenth century. Two local scholars, Heidi Brevik-Zender (UCR, French and Comparative Literature) and Brittany Carlson (UCR, English, Global 19th Century Graduate Fellow), will join Elizabeth Emery (Montclair State University, French) in sharing precirculated works-in-progress.
Papers include and will be discussed in this order:
Elizabeth Emery - "The Challenges of Domesticity: Women’s Work in the Literary House Museums of George Sand, Ida B. Wells, and Edith Wharton"
Brittany Carlson - "The Narrative, the Visual, and Material Culture: Mediating the Humanistic Mathematical Discovery Process of the Nineteenth Century"
Heidi Brevik-Zender - “Geneviève Disdéri: Exteriority, Architectonic Regionalism, and Photography in 1850s Brittany, France”
Moderated by Susan Laxton (UCR, History of Art)
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Copies of workshop papers will be distributed to registered guests prior to the meeting.
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