In advance of the ‘Institutions as Actors’ workshop, we’ve circulated some general questions that we’re hoping the workshop will address – we’ve reproduced the email setting these out below for those who are unable to join us in York.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you all to York at the end of the week for the ‘Institutions as Actors’ workshop. The workshop begins at 9:30am on each of the two days (Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd). The Friday sessions (at York Medical Society) conclude at 6:30pm; the Saturday sessions (at King’s Manor) close at 5:30pm. A full programme is attached (please be aware that we’ve made some small adjustments to the running order that we initially circulated).
As most of you will know, this is the third of three AHRC-funded events organised as parts of the ‘Institutions of Literature, 1700-1900′ network. Some of you have attended past events, but for those of you who weren’t able to come to these and who would like to get a sense of what was discussed, we’ve published a series of reflections by participants on our website (‘Institutions as Curators’: http://institutionsofliterature.net/category/institutions-as-curators/; ‘Institutions as Networks’: http://institutionsofliterature.net/category/institutions-as-networks/).
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