Victorian Popular Fiction Association Study Day, March 5th

Room G37, Institute of English Studies, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Saturday March 5th 2011, 1-4pm

Speakers:

‘Sensational Reading in Amelia B. Edwards’s Hand and Glove and Barbara’s History’, Tara MacDonald, University of Amsterdam

‘“She knows much that ladies are not accustomed to know”: The Gendering of Knowledge and Experience in the Fiction of Amelia B. Edwards and M. E. Braddon’, Anne-Marie Beller, Loughborough University

This event is free but if you wish to be kept informed of events organized by the VPFA then a membership form for the association can be downloaded from their website.

For further information about VPFA Study Days and Conferences see: http://fass.kingston.ac.uk/research/victorian/

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