Monday, 12 April 2010

Chartism: new perspectives conference

Le chartisme (1838-1858): nouvelles perspectives/Chartism: new perspectives (1838-1858)
The annual international Chartism Conference is organised by the Society of Labour History, the Chartist Study Group, Société d'histoire de la révolution de 1848 et des révolutions du 19e siècle, and the South Wales Centre for History and Interdisciplinary Research (SWCHIR). It will be held at the Sorbonne, Paris.


Vendredi 2 juillet 2010/Friday, 2 July 2010

1.30-2.00 Accueil/Reception


Fabrice Bensimon (Université Paris IV-Sorbonne): Accueil à l’Université Paris IV-Sorbonne/Welcome to the Université Paris IV-Sorbonne

Joan Allen (Newcastle University): Présentation du colloque/Introduction to the Conference


Malcolm Chase (University of Leeds): 'What next for Chartist Studies'?

3.10 Coffee Break


Benoit Agnès (Université Paris IV-Sorbonne): 'A Chartist singularity? Mobilising for democratic petitions in Britain and France, 1838-1848'


Iorwerth Prothero (Manchester): 'Chartism and contemporary French Radicalism: a comparison'

5.30 pot/drinks

Samedi 3 juillet/Saturday, 3 July 2010

9.30 Registration.


Greg Vargo (Columbia University, New York, USA): 'Outworkers of the citadel of corruption': The Chartist press reports the Empire'

11.00 Coffee Break


Eugenio Biagini (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge): 'Chartism, Reynolds's Newspaper, and the enduring relevance of Chartism, 1848-1906'.

12.30 Déjeuner libre dans le quartier/Buffet Lunch


Michael Sanders (University of Manchester): 'Chartist Hymn Books Lost and Found: The case of the "National Chartist Hymn Book"'

2.30 Coffee Break


Joan Allen (Newcastle University): 'George Julian Harney and the Democratic Review'


Ian Haywood (Roehampton University, London): 'Illuminating Propaganda: W. J. Linton and Chartist visual culture'

Dimanche 4 juillet/Sunday, 4 July 2010


Promenade sur les traces du Paris révolutionnaire avec Louis Hincker (Université de Valenciennes)/'Revolutionary Walk' with Louis Hincker

Fin du colloque/End of Conference Proceedings

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