Round Table Discussion and Wine Reception: Attitudes to Conflict at the start of the Nineteenth Century

Thursday 11th April, 16:00-18:00, University of Southampton, Avenue Campus, Lecture Theatre C.

To celebrate the publication of the inaugural issue of the open access, interdisciplinary nineteenth century research journal Romance, Revolution & Reform, we are delighted to invite you to a free roundtable discussion and wine reception, kindly sponsored by the Southampton Centre for Nineteenth Century Research.

Chaired by Professor Chris Woolgar (University of Southampton), the event will feature three world-leading experts on the early nineteenth century from History and English departments, who will discuss their thoughts on how conflict was perceived and represented in both the military and civilian contexts across Europe during the Napoleonic Wars, and in its immediate aftermath.

Our speakers are:

Professor Charles Esdaile (University of Liverpool)

Professor Emma Clery (University of Southampton)

Dr Ildiko Csengei (University of Huddersfield)

Each of our guests will explain their unique approaches to this topic based on their research, engaging in a wide ranging and lively debate, with plenty of time for questions and contributions from the audience. This will be followed by a wine reception, at which the editorial board of Romance, Revolution & Reform will formally publish Issue 1 of their dynamic new journal.

We hope you will join us for this free event, to celebrate an exciting new development in the research environment of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at the University of Southampton.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact rrr@soton.ac.uk 

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