Reports and podcasts from a day in Oxford discussing the intersections of literary celebrity and politics.
The full programme is now available for this Oxford day symposium on literary celebrity and politics.
An event to explore the intersections of literary celebrity and politics across historical periods and media.
Vulgar, violent, visible and difficult – a fantastic cast of eighteenth-century women were the subject of this two-day conference and Continue reading
Ghosts, thieves, cosmonauts and Eminent Victorians at this Oxford conference on 19 September 2015. Nanette O’Brien reports on After-Image: Life-Writing Continue reading
The organisers of The Oak and The Acorns: Recovering the Hidden Carlyle (July 6-8 2016, TORCH Oxford) call for papers Continue reading
We are happy to announce that registration is open and the conference programme is available for the After-Image: Life-Writing and Continue reading
Sometimes fame and celebrity can scare the state. When the British government, paranoid about sedition in the years after the Continue reading