CFP: Citizenship, Nation and Identity in the Long Nineteenth-Century (grad) (UK) (3/31/06; 6/16/06-6/18/06)

full name / name of organization: 
Lucinda Matthews-Jones

CFP: Citizenship, Nation and Identity in the Long Nineteenth-Century (postgrad)
(UK): (31/03/06: 16-18/06/06)

Date: 17 - 18 June 2006

Building on the success of lasts year's postgraduate conference at St. Deiniol's
this event will focus broadly on citizenship and national identity in the long
Nineteenth-Century (1800-1914). Proposed themes include though other topics
warmly welcomed; definitions of Nation, Nationality and Nationhood within
Britain and abroad, relationships between the community and the individual,
expressions of gender, race and sexuality and religious and secular identities.
Speakers: Eugenio Biagini (Cambridge), Jeremy Tambling (Hong Kong), Brian
Maidment (Salford) and Bertrand Taithe (Manchester). We are now welcoming
abstracts. Proposals should outline content of the paper, and should be no
longer than 300 words in length.

Conference organisers: Lucinda Matthews-Jones and Giles Whitely

Venue: St. Deiniol's Library, Hawarden. Accommodation available through them see

Contact: Janet Meredith


Address: G35 Martin Harris Building, University of Manchester, Oxford Road,
Manchester, M19 9PL

Tel: 0161 2758950

Deadlines: submission of papers (call for papers): 31 March 2006; registration
for conference place: 30 April 2006

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