Enlightenment and Reform in Modern British Culture
14th conference of the Australasian Modern British History Association (AMBHA) - Call for papers
Date: Monday 12 to Wednesday 14 December 2005
Location: Arts Faculty, Launceston Campus, University of Tasmania
As this is the biennial conference of the Australasian Modern British History Association, papers are invited on any aspect of Modern British History (post c. 1750). Papers that address the conference theme ‘Enlightenment and Reform in Modern British Culture’ will be keenly welcomed.
James Epstein of Vanderbilt University, the keynote speaker, will deliver a paper on ‘Playing at Revolution: British “Jacobin” Performance’.
Proposals should include an abstract of the paper (100-200 words), academic affiliation and contact details.
Situated at the base of the Tamar River wine region, Launceston is the leading city in northern Tasmania. It possesses a wealth of heritage sites and is a base from which short trips can be made to many of Tasmania’s historic and wilderness tourist destinations.
Registration, accommodation and tourist information will be published in due course on the website of the School of History and Classics, University of Tasmania: http://fcms.its.utas.edu.au/arts/history/
The call for papers deadline is September 30, 2005.
Dr Anthony Page
AMBHA 2005 Conference Convenor
School of History and Classics
University of Tasmania
Locked Bag 1-340
Launceston, TASMANIA 7250
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