Event 6: List of Delegates

Event 6

Will Abberley (Exeter), ‘Language Under the Microscope: Science and Philology in English Fiction, 1850-1914’

Wahida Amin (Royal Institution and Salford), ‘Humphry Davy, Poetry and Romanticism’

Katherine Angell (Queen Mary, University of London), ‘The Concept of Monstrosity in Nineteenth-Century Medicine and Popular Novels’

Armida Azada (Roehampton), ‘Reproduction and the Anxieties of Childbirth in the Writings of Female Novelists of the English Romantic Period, 1780-1830’

Fran Bigman (Cambridge), ‘Abortion in British Literature and Film’

Susie Christensen (King’s College London), ‘Self Representation in Modernist Literature and Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Neurology and Psychological Medicine’

Paul Craddock (London Consortium), ‘The Poetics of Bodily Transplant, 1702-1902’

Michael Finn (Leeds), ‘The West Riding Lunatic Asylum and the Making of the Modern Brain Sciences in the Nineteenth Century’

Josie Gill (Cambridge), ‘Race and Genetics in Contemporary British Fiction’

Lina Hakim (London Consortium), ‘Scientific Playthings’

Cassandra McLuckie (Leeds), ‘The Role of Pleasure(s) and Other Affects in “Unsafe” and Safer Sex Practices’

Joanne Parsons (University of the West of England), ‘Men, Food and the Male Body in the Victorian Novel’

Jessica Roberts (Salford), ‘Vitalism in the Early Nineteenth Century Periodical Press’

Rachel Russell (Manchester), ‘Nausea and Vomiting: A History of Signs, Symptoms and Sickness in Nineteenth-Century Britain’

Will Tattersdill (King’s College London), ‘Science, Fiction and the Late-Victorian Periodical Press’

Richard Thomas (Manchester Metropolitan), ‘“The Limits of Imagination” – William Godwin and Mary Shelley, Post-Revolutionary Revision or Retreat?’

Darren Wagner (York), ‘Exquisite Sense: Sexual Reproduction, Nervous Physiology, and the Culture of Sensibility in Britain, c. 1660-1780’

Joanna Wargen (Westminster), ‘Subjugated Scientific Knowledges: Detecting the Nineteenth-Century Female Scientist’

Joanna Wharton (York), ‘Women Writers and Theories of Mind in the Romantic Period’

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