Welcome to the website of c19c, the Cross Cultural Circa Nineteenth Century Research Centre! You will find our latest news here.
Update: Prof. Lethbridge’s 16th February talk has now been postponed until Wednesday 4 May 1-2pm (week 15). (in person, venue tbc):
PROF. ROBERT LETHBRIDGE (St Andrews), ‘From la nouvelle peinture to the Old Masters: Zola’s revisionist art criticism’
Wednesday 17thNovember (week 10) 1-2pm (in person,Arts Building 115 Seminar Room 1):
PROF. PAUL GARNER (Leeds), ‘Is Biography the true vice anglais and not a vice hispanique?”
Wednesday 27th October (week 7) 1-2pm (online, Microsoft Teams):
PROF. PATIENCE SCHELL (Aberdeen), ‘The Travels and Transformations of Manuel Antonio Carreño’s Manual de urbanidad y buenas maneras in Chile, 1858-1904’
This coming Wednesday 6th October 1-2pm (week 4), our c19c Cross Cultural Circa Nineteenth Century Research Centre is hosting its second seminar of the Semester, and it will be IN PERSON in the Arts Building 115: Arts Seminar Room 1. DR ISOBEL FALCONER (St Andrews) will be giving a talk entitled ‘Doing Electric Science: Maxwell, Kelvin, the inverse square law and epistemic injustice’
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.