The second session of the London Nineteenth-Century Studies Seminars, titled ‘Self, nation and colony’will be on Thursday 12th November from 18:00 GMT to 20:00 GMT. The organizers are delighted to welcome Dr Fariha Shaikh (University of Birmingham) and Dr Sarah Sharp (University of Aberdeen) who will share their current work, followed by an audience Q&A
Dr Fariha Shaikh (University of Birmingham): ‘‘Catherine Helen Spence’s Autobiography: Literary Culture and Associational Life in Nineteenth-Century South Australia’.
Dr Sarah Sharp (University of Aberdeen): ‘Imagining a National Epidemic: Contagion, Cohesion and the 1832 Cholera Outbreak in the British Periodical Press'
Dr Shaikh and Dr Sharp’s papers will be followed by an audience Q&A.
Please register via Eventbrite and join the seminar using the Zoom link on the registration page: