The London Stage and the Nineteenth-Century World IV
New College, Oxford, 6-8 April 2022
The fourth London Stage and the Nineteenth-Century World conference was held in person and online at New College, Oxford, from 6 – 8 April 2022 and featured keynote addresses by Tiziana Morosetti (Goldsmiths, University of London) and Sos Eltis (Oxford). The conference included a launch event for Part II of the digital calendar of performances on the nineteenth-century London Stage.
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Call for Papers
We welcome contributions on all aspects and forms of theatrical practice in – or related to – nineteenth-century London, from plays and operas to pantomime and puppetry. The ‘London stage’ should be interpreted as inclusively as possible, including such topics as criticism, dance, scenography, genre, theatrical technology, colonial politics, and the staging of the natural environment. Papers on sources, collections, and theatrical materials are also sought.
The panel for paper selection will be Michael Burden (Oxford), Jim Davis (Warwick), Jonathan Hicks (Aberdeen), Kate Newey (Exeter), and David Francis Taylor (Oxford).
The call for papers has now closed.
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Theatre set design by Clarkson Stanfield. Aquired from the Bagshawe Estate, V&A S27-2000