BARS 2017 Conference Programme
The final conference programme is now available to view and download via Cloudup.
Visiting York for BARS 2017? Why not take in some of the sights on this walk around the ancient walls and alleys (The Guardian, 12 July 2017).
We are proud to be featuring the following keynote speakers at BARS 2017: Romantic Improvement. You can read about their work via the links provided below.
Catherine Hall (UCL)
Jon Klancher (Carnegie Mellon)
Nigel Leask (Glasgow)
Jane Rendall (York)
The Call for Papers has now closed. Thank you to all those who submitted proposals, we’ll be in touch soon!
We are very excited to announce that the following open panels have been accepted for BARS 2017 and that chairs are now inviting abstracts for papers.
Alison O’Byrne (York): Imagining the City: Improvement and Decline in the Romantic Period
Carmen Casaliggi (Cardiff Met): Education and Useful Knowledge
Daniel Cook (Dundee): Scottish Innovation
Elizabeth Edwards (CAWKS, Wales): The (C21) Lives of Hester Thrale Piozzi: Recovery, Form, Improvement
Jon Mee (York): ‘Apology for the Literary Pursuits of Physicians’
Ivan Ortiz (San Diego): Improving Austen
Dr Emily Rohrbach (Manchester): Improvement in Austen’s Novels
Proposals are invited for Romantic Improvement, the 2017 conference of the British Association for Romantic Studies. Please click on the link above for details.