In this paper I gave at the 2017 Shelley Conference in London, I explore how Victorian anthologists handled Percy Shelley’s longer poems.
A talk I gave to the Sir Walter Scott Club at the New Club in Edinburgh in November 2016.
In this short video, produced for the University of Edinburgh, I discuss the work of the Centre for the History of the Book.
This week I’m going to the University of Dundee to help lead the third in a series of three doctoral training workshops on Book History which the Centre for the History of the Book is running in collaboration with the University of Stirling and the University of Dundee. In December we held a workshop on the history of reading in Stirling, in January we held on in Edinburgh on bibliography and textual scholarship, and in April one in Dundee on manuscript, print and digital culture. We also organised a field trip to Innerpeffray Library, Scotland’s oldest lending library. You can see more details here.
Tom Mole discusses the cultural history of literary celebrity with Rebecca Braun
Part of the Authors and the World research hub.
ed. by Ann Hawkins and Maura Ives
Review 19, 31 July 2012.
by John Strachan
European Romantic Review, 21.4 (2010), 489-92.
by Ghislaine McDayter
The Byron Journal, 37.2 (2009), 171-73.