‘A little sprig of laurel’: women writing history in the long eighteenth century
A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP TO COMMEMORATE 250 YEARS CATHARINE MACAULAY’S HISTORY OF ENGLAND 1763-2013
Thursday 26th September
Main speaker: Prof. Karen O’Brien, University of Birmingham
Call for papers: Abstracts of 250 words are requested for the one-day workshop to commemorate 250 years since the publication of Catharine Macaulay’s first volume of her History of England in 1763. Papers of 15 minutes duration. These can relate to Macaulay, her works or other women writers of the long eighteenth century who wrote historical works.
Please send abstracts to Wendy Robins email@example.com or Stephen Bygrave firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 June 2013.
Fees: £35.00 full rate, £25.00 students.
Conference dinner optional for £25.00.