19th Hazlitt Day School and Annual Hazlitt Lecture

By Emily Paterson-Morgan

Saturday 18th September 2021
University College London

The 2021 Hazlitt Society lecture and the 19th Hazlitt Day School, organized by Gregory Dart, Uttara Natarajan, Philipp Hunnekuhl and James Whitehead, will be held at University College London on Saturday 18th September 2021.

The annual lecture, entitled ‘Hazlitt and Prejudice’, will be given by Dr. Freya Johnston (University Lecturer and Tutorial Fellow in English at St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford) at 4pm in the Gustave Tuck Theatre, UCL.

The day school precedes the annual lecture from 10am – 4pm.

Regrettably, because of the need to determine numbers, this year the annual lecture can only be attended by those registered for the day school.

19th Hazlitt Day School: Programme
Committee and Council Rooms, Wilkins Court, UCL

Morning Session

9.30am-10am – Arrival and registration, tea and coffee
10am-11am – Editing Hazlitt (James Grande and Jon Mee in conversation with Gregory Dart)
11am-11.15am – Coffee
11.15am-12.45pm – ‘Romantic interaction in London: Hazlitt, Keats and the Shelleys’ (Anna Mercer); ‘‘I will yield to none in admiration for Hazlitt’: R. L. Stevenson and the Abandoned Biography of Hazlitt’ (Robert-Louis Abrahamson)
12.45-1.45pm – Lunch

Afternoon Session

1.45pm-3.15pm – ‘Habits of Thought in the Familiar Essays’ (Hannah Tran); ‘On Whether William Hazlitt was a Philosophical Idealist (and Why it …read more

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