(27-28 January 2022) Victorian and Edwardian Interiors‚ Conference at Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès, France, [description and call for papers]

(Abstracts 31 August 2021; completed essays 15 March 2022) The Palgrave Handbook of Neo-Victorian Literature and Other Media. [description and call for papers]

(31 August 2021) Call for Papers for the Victorian Review: Victorian Scandals. [description and call for papers]

(1 August 2021) "The Time of Close Reading: Victorian Fiction’s Presents” [description and call for papers]

(14-16 July 2021) Victorian Popular Fiction Association (VPFA) Conference [Schedule of 34 panels and three keynotes]

(14 July 2021) Undisciplining the Victorian Classroom. [description and invitation]

(12-14 July 2021) The 26th Dickens Society Symposium (12-14 July 2021). description and invitation]

(23–24 June 2021) Opium Wars – Opium Cultures [List of presentations]

(11-17 June) Periodical Formats in the Market: Economies of Space & Time, Competition & Transfer. [Description and invitation]

(21 May 2021) Middlemarch 150th Anniversary Symposium [List of presentations]

(29-30 January 2021) Popular forms and practices of reading and writing in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. SFEVE (Société Française d’Etudes Victoriennes et Edouardiennes). Université Paris-Est Créteil. [description and call for papers]

(15-17 October 2020) Victorian Transitions — Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association for the Western United States. [description and call for papers]

(25–27 June 2020) Edinburgh Conan Doyle Network Conference: Conan Doyle in Edinburgh [description and call for papers]

(9 June 2020) #Dickens 150, a Virtual Transatlantic Global Gathering [description and call for papers]

20 April 2020. “Africa, Diaspora, and the British Empire: Undisciplining the Victorian Classroom” —A Virtual Roundtable. Sponsored by the Institute for Humanities Research (IHR) at Arizona State University. [description of the roundtable]

(19 October 2019) Dickens and Bodies — a One-Day Conference at the Senate House, University of London: [description and call for papers]

(8-9 June 2019) Oscar Wilde, Aubrey Beardsley, and the Fin de Siècle. [description and call for papers]

(29-30 May 2019) Science and Spiritualism, 1750-1930. Leeds Trinity University. [description and call for papers]


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