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The conference theme will investigate the various mobilities and exchanges of the nineteenth century. What did it mean to be mobile (or immobile) in this period? How were political, scientific, and cultural ideas exchanged in new ways? How did people maintain and create new networks and...
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"Our conference theme is 'Nineteenth-Century Energies,' which integrates a wide range of nineteenth-century ideas, practices, and beliefs. For INCS 2014, we solicit proposals that recognize nineteenth-century energies in all their multiple, mutable forms. What made the nineteenth century move,...
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Topics: - Ambivalence towards . . . - Theories of leisure - Enjoyment, guilt, atonement - License and restraint - Sport, games, and races - Music, music halls, music boxes - Festivals, street entertainments - Pleasure Gardens - Illicit fun - Design, fashion, shopping - Gustatory delights - Trade...
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Inviting papers and panels that consider how the nineteenth century represented itself to itself – through depictions of subjectivity, history, and culture; through emerging technologies and disciplines; through self-conscious "meta" attempts to understand methods of representation. Also...
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beings to nature? The 2011 Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS) Conference invites proposals that investigate …
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The 2010 Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS) Conference invites proposals for papers and panels on …
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Following on INCS's 2008 theme, "The Emergence of Human Rights," this conference will focus on "the pursuit of happiness," that elusive corollary to life and liberty. What form did happiness and the comprehension of happiness take in the nineteenth century? How, for example, did the legacy of...
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