BARS Digital Event: ‘The Late Mary Shelley’

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By Anna Mercer

News of an extra Digital Event for February 2021 – book your tickets here!

‘The Late Mary Shelley’

18 February 2021

5-6.30pm GMT

Chair: Amanda Blake Davis

Speakers: Antonella Braida (Université de Lorraine), Kathleen Hurlock (University of Georgia), Michael Rossington (Newcastle University), Angela Wright (University of Sheffield), Carly Yingst (Harvard University)

The British Association for Romantic Studies is delighted to welcome you to the fifth session of our Digital Events series: ‘The Late Mary Shelley’. Please join us on Thursday 18 February at 5pm GMT on Zoom for a roundtable discussion between Dr Antonella Braida, Kathleen Hurlock, Professor Michael Rossington, Professor Angela Wright, and Carly Yingst, chaired by Dr Amanda Blake Davis. During the session, our guests will belatedly mark the anniversary of Mary Shelley’s death on February 1st by discussing her later life, works, and legacy, celebrating Shelley’s many achievements beyond and after Frankenstein. After this, the audience will be invited to take part in a moderated Q&A session.

Antonella Braida is Lecturer in English in the Department of Computer Studies at the Université de Lorraine and member of the research centre IDEA (Interdisciplinarity in English Studies). Her publications include a monograph, Dante and the Romantics (Palgrave …read more

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