Sociability and the discourses of nature in eighteenth-century literature and culture
Seminar convened by Tymon Adamczewski, Jakub Lipski, and Karl Wood
The National Archives, London
8 April 2022
M-C. Newbould, University of Cambridge: Solitary Confinement and Sociability in Sterne
Anna Paluchowska-Messing, Jagiellonian University, Cracow: Between Shakespeare’s Hermione and Behn’s Angellica: Nature, art, artifice and monstrosity of feminine self-display in the works of Frances Burney and Hannah Cowley
Przemysław Uściński, University of Warsaw : Escaping the Crowds: The Harmonious Environments of Sociability in Eighteenth Century Writing
Tymon Adamczewski, Kazimierz Wielki University : The Architecture of Imagination: Experiencing the (im)Materiality of Eighteenth-Century Gardens
Karl Wood, Kazimierz Wielki University: Satire and the diffusion of spa sociability in the long eighteenth century: a case study of two less-known works.
Alain Kerherve, University of Brest: William Gilpin’s picturesque and equine sociability
Kimberley Page-Jones, University of Brest: Individuation and sympathy in Coleridge’s Theory of Life
Jakub Lipski, Kazimierz Wielki University: Epidemic sociability in Defoe’s A Journal of the Plague Year
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