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TitelReaders, Writers, Salonnières: Female Networks in Europe, 1700-1900
BeschreibungReaders, Writers, Salonnières: Female Networks in Europe, 1700-1900

22-23 May 2008

Chawton House Library
GB-Hampshire GU34 1SJ

A conference organised by the Universities of Southampton, Warwick and
Swansea as part of the international ‘New Approaches to European Women’s
Writing’ project


Professor Isabelle Bour (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III)
Professor Helen Chambers (University of St Andrews)
Professor Dena Goodman (University of Michigan)


Thursday 22 May 2008

9.00 Registration

10.00-11.00 Keynote Lecture
Isabelle Bour (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III): 'What Maria
Learnt: Maria Edgeworth and Continental Fiction'

11.00-11.30 Break

11.30-1.00 Panel 1: Translation
Alicia Montoya (Groningen University): 'Private Versus Public Virtue: Miss
R. Roberts’s Writings, between British and French Models of Femininity'

Carol Tully (Bangor University): 'Francisca de Larrea, Writer, Translator,
Salonnière: The Complex World of a Traditional Feminist'

Daphne Hoogenboezem (Groningen University): 'Marvel, Feminism and Reason:
The Adaptations of Marie-Cathérine d’Aulnoy’s Fairy Tales by Agatha'

1.00-2.00 Lunch

2.00-3.30 Panel 2: Reading
Imke Heuer (University of York): '"Something in Mme de Genlis stile":
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire's Zillia, Playwriting and Female
Aristocratic Authorship'

Mark R. M. Towsey (Institute of Historical Research, London): '"A Woman of
Capacity": Elizabeth Rose of Kilravock and her Reading of Women Writers'

Katie Halsey (Institute of English Studies, London): '"Tell me of some
booklings": Shared Reading in Female Literary Networks'

3.30-4.00 Break

4.00-5.30 Panel 3: Literary Reception
Kerstin Wiedemann (CEGIL, University of Nancy): 'Intertextuality as a Form
of Networking: References to George Sand (1804-1876) in some Novels by
Contemporary Women'

Ursula Jung (University of Bochum): 'The Literary Reception of Mme de
Staël and George Sand in the Novels of 19th-Century Spanish Women Writers'

Elisa Mueller-Adams (University of Sheffield): 'A German Jane Eyre? Amely
Bölte and the English Governess Novel'

5.45-6.45 Keynote Lecture
Helen Chambers (University of St Andrews): 'Reading and Responding to
English Women Writers: Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, Helene Druskowitz and
Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach'

6.45-7.30 Reception

7.30 Conference Dinner

Friday 23 May 2008

9.00-10.30 Panel 4: Salons
Marjanne E. Goozé (University of Georgia): 'Mimicry and Influence:
The “French” Connection and the Berlin Jewish Salon Around 1800'

Mary Orr (University of Southampton): 'Women in Tête-à-tête at the Cuvier
Salon: Penning the Female Scientific Mind'

Marianna D’Ezio (University of California Rome Study Center): Title tbc

10.30-11.00 Break

11.00-12.30 Panel 5: Building Networks
Eve-Marie Lampron (University of Montréal): 'From Venice to Paris: Fame,
Gender and National Identities in the Female Republic of Letters'

Karin Baumgartner (University of Utah): 'In Search of Literary Mothers
across the Rhine: The Influence of Madame de Genlis and Madame de Staël
on the Writing of Helmina von Chézy'

Máire F. Cross (Newcastle University): 'Reading Trans-nationally: Flora
Tristan as an Advocate of Other Women’s Writing – "What a revolting
contrast there is in England between the extreme servitude of women and
the intellectual superiority of women authors!"'

12.30-1.30 Lunch

1.30–2.30 Keynote Lecture
Dena Goodman (University of Michigan): 'Crossing the Ocean Without Leaving
Home: Sociability, Epistolarity, and Frenchwomen's Transatlantic Contacts'

2.45 Close of conference and coach to London for curator’s tour
of 'Brilliant Women: 18th-Century Bluestockings' exhibition at National
Portrait Gallery

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Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
SchlüsselbegriffeGenderforschung; Literatur 1700 - 1770; Literatur 1770 - 1830; Literatur 1830 - 1880; Literatur 1880 - 1945; Literatur- u. Kulturgeschichte
Klassifikation12.00.00 18. Jahrhundert; 13.00.00 Goethezeit; 14.00.00 Romantik; 15.00.00 19. Jahrhundert
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