REGISTRATION OPEN: Scholarly Networks in the British Empire
5 - 6 July 2010, Wadham College, Oxford.
This two-day conference will examine the nature and extent of scholarly networks connecting academics and universities in the British Empire after 1850. By examining the historical lineages of these academic connections, it seeks a critical understanding of the processes that helped to shape the topographies of today’s entangled scholarly community.
Keynote Address: Prof Sheldon Rothblatt (UC Berkeley)
Speakers include: Geoffrey Sherington (Sydney), Paul Stortz (Calgary); Ulrike Hillemann-Delaney (Imperial College, London); Ann Mclellan (Plymouth, USA); Lisa Panayotidis (Clagary); David Schorr (Tel Aviv); Heather Ellis (Humboldt University); Julia Horne (Sydney) and others.
A full programme and registration details are available on the conference website.
**Earlybird rate £40 until 15 May, 2010**
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