IU's VICTORIAN STUDIES PROGRAM and VICTORIAN STUDIES present the      
 

 
     

Plenary Speakers

NANCY ARMSTRONG
Nicholas Brown Professor of Oratory and Belles Lettres and Nancy Duke Lewis Professor of Comparative Literature, English, and Modern Culture & Media, Brown University

GARRETT STEWART
James O. Freedman Professor of Letters, English, University of Iowa

JUDITH WALKOWITZ
Professor, History, Johns Hopkins University

Seminar Leaders

AMANDA ANDERSON
Caroline Donovan Professor of English Literature, The Johns Hopkins University

JAMES EPSTEIN
Professor of History, Vanderbilt University

SHARON MARCUS
Professor of English Literature, Columbia University

HERBERT TUCKER
Professor of English Literature, The University of Virginia

   
  Registration
Agenda
Lodging
Location
Travel

Meals
     
         
 

 

   
         
 

Organization-led Panels

  Exhibitions
& Tours at
     
 

 

The Dickens Project

The Historians of British Art

INCS

MVSA

VISAWUS

VSAO

VSAWC

 

 

 

The Kinsey Institute

The Lilly Rare Book Library

 

 

 

 


     
 
Special Panels by
     
 
Ian Burney, James Buzard , Deborah Cohen,
Ian Duncan, Eileen Gillooly, Elaine Hadley,  
Philip Harling, Priya Joshi, Philippa Levine,
Sharon Marcus, Rohan McWilliam, Helena Michie,
John Plotz, Yopie Prins
     
         
 

CALL FOR PAPERS

THE NORTH AMERICAN VICTORIAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION (NAVSA) has been established to provide a wide-ranging forum for the discussion of the history, literature, art, and culture of the Victorian period. Our goal will be to further the interests of Victorianists in the profession: encouraging press and journal editors to participate in our annual conferences; facilitating the networking of Victorianists across regional and national borders; and initiating web-based archival projects to make Victorian texts more easily accessible. Annual conferences will bring together Victorian scholars from across the United States and Canada. The inaugural conference will be held at Indiana University in Bloomington, home of the journal Victorian Studies (with which NAVSA is affiliated).

Papers and panels for the inaugural conference have now been established. Titles and presenters will soon appear in the "Agenda" link above.

A Call for Papers for the second annual NAVSA conference will appear in the fall. The 2004 conference will occur on the beautiful gothic main campus of the University of Toronto in Canada.

Direct queries about the 2003 inaugural conference to Andrew Miller (ahmiller@indiana.edu) or Ivan Kreilkamp (ikreilka@indiana.edu). Direct queries about the 2004 Toronto conference to David Latham (dlatham@YorkU.CA) or Jill Matus (jmatus@chass.utoronto.ca).

NAVSA website: http://www.purdue.edu/NAVSA

NAVSA e-mail: navsa@purdue.edu

     
             

Last Revised
June 30, 2003
navsa@purdue.edu