Home

Welcome to the website of c19c, the Cross Cultural Circa Nineteenth Century Research Centre! You will find our latest news here below.


Autumn Term 2020 Programme

Wednesday 7 October 2020 (Week 4), 1pm

Via Microsoft Teams
Dr David Evans (St Andrews)
Grant application workshop

Wednesday 21 October – Thursday 22 October 2020 (Week 6), 4.30pm (UK time, +1 hour in Germany) 

Via Zoom
organised by Prof. Christian Moser (Bonn) and Prof. Seán Allan (St Andrews)
‘Literature, the Arts and the Transformation of the Public Sphere in the Long Nineteenth Century’
Research workshop in collaboration with the University of Bonn (Germany) and c19c
The workshop will be hosted on zoom by Bonn. It is open to anyone – but we would ask that you register your interest with Seán Allan (sa92@st-andrews.ac.uk) and Christian Moser (cm2201@uni-bonn.de) in advance so we can send you a zoom invite. Apart from Johannes Lehmann’s paper the conference is in English. Programme available in Events tab.

Tuesday 3 November 2020 (Week 8), 1pm
Via Microsoft Teams
Dr Edward Shawcross (Independent scholar)
‘Pan-Latinism and the Americas: France, Mexico and the Western Question, 1821-1861’

Wednesday 11 November (Week 9), 1pm    
Via Microsoft Teams
Dr Sarah Arens (St Andrews)
‘A (Very) Long Nineteenth Century: Historiography, Sciences, and the Belgian Colonial Project’, followed by meeting of the c19c Steering Committee, 2-3pm

Wednesday 2 December (Week 12), 1pm    
Via Microsoft Teams
Professor Linda Goddard (St Andrews)
‘On Writing Savage Tales: The Writings of Paul Gaugin (Yale University Press, 2019)’


The University of St Andrews will host the Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes (22-24 March 2021) ‘Heritages and Counter-Cultures’. The Call for Papers is available here. Deadline for proposals is 30 November 2020.



We are delighted to announce that c19c Co-Director Professor Will Fowler‘s latest book La Guerra de Tres Años (1857-1861) is now available from Crítica. Read more here.


We are delighted to announce that c19c member Dr Linda Goddard‘s latest book Savage Tales: The Writings of Paul Gaugin is now available from Yale University Press. Read more here.


We are delighted to announce that c19c member Dr Sara Lodge‘s latest book Inventing Edward Lear is now available from Harvard University Press. You will find more information on Sara’s new website dedicated to Edward Lear’s Music.


We are delighted to announce that c19c member Professor Judith Wolfe is currently involved in the Oxford History of Modern German Theology, an ambitious three-volume critical history of German theology, due to be published around 2022. Read more here.