Building on the success of last year's interdiscplinary postgraduate conference at St. Deiniol's this event will focus broadly on citizenship and national identity in the long Nineteenth-Century (1800-1914). Proposed themes include but other topics warmly welcomed; definitions of nation, nationality and nationhood within Britain and abroad, relationships between the community and the individual, expressions of gender, race and sexuality and religious and secular identities. Speakers: Eugenio Biagini (Cambridge), Jeremy Tambling (Hong Kong), Brian Maidment (Salford) and Bertrand Taithe (Manchester).
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