Programme

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11:00 Welcome

Keynote 1: Louis James, University of Kent: ‘More Popular than Dickens? G.W.M. Reynolds and mid-Victorian England’

Tea

Talks:
Ian Haywood, University of Roehampton: ‘Looking at Reynolds’
Mary L. Shannon, University of Roehampton:’Reynolds and Westminster’

Reading: Bleak House and The Mysteries of London: Michael Slater,
Birkbeck, University of London

1pm LUNCH (attendees make own arrangements)

2pm Keynote 2: Anne Humpherys, City University New York: ‘Dining with Reynolds, Dicks, and their Friends and Relations’

Reading: Wagner the Wehr Wolf and The Necromancer

Tea

Talks:
Ruth Doherty, Trinity College Dublin: ‘Mr Jones and Nemo’s Bones: Crowded Graves in Reynolds and Dickens’
Jessica Hindes, Royal Holloway, University of London: ‘”Not in reality an indecent publication”: Reynolds and the Victorian obscene’
Rohan McWilliam, Anglia Ruskin University: ‘The Chartist Gothic: Reynolds and the Radical Imagination’

4:00pm END

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