Deadline Extended: CFP ‘Victorian Secrets,’ Northern Nineteenth Century Network panel at BAVS 2015

This panel seeks papers that address the relationship between secrecy and our understanding of the Victorian age(s). Approaches might include (but are not limited to): reflections on the idea of secrecy as a dynamic that shapes our engagement with legacies of the Victorian age; the significance of secrecy as a theme within literature, art, the media or other forms of Victorian cultural production and consumption; the economic, political and social forms of secrecy and their effects on nineteenth-century culture; the place of secrecy within practices of everyday life. The aim of the panel is to provide an opportunity for postgraduate researchers and early career researchers from universities in the north of England to present, discuss and contextualise their work alongside that of an established academic. To this end, Dr Jim Mussell has kindly agreed to deliver a paper on the theme of ‘Victorian Secrets’,
Please send titles and 200 word abstracts by March 9th 2015 to Merrick Burrow at m.burrow@hud.ac.uk 
British Association for Victorian Studies annual conference 2015: Victorian Age(s) Thursday 27th of August 2015 – Saturday 29th of August 2015 Leeds Trinity University: http://bavs.ac.uk/events/7/
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