CFP for panel contributions for the British Association of Victorian Studies annual conference, 20-22 July in Birmingham. For more information, go to https://bavs2020.com/panel-roundtable-cfps/#nonhuman.
2020 MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE ON BRITISH STUDIES ANNUAL MEETING
William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
SATURDAY and SUNDAY, APRIL 18-19
SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MONDAY, JANUARY 20
Summer Programs in Newport, Chicago, and London
Thousands of photos and letters available online to mark 200th anniversary of birth,
Source: The Guardian, August 22, 2019, https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/aug/23/prince-albert-passions-digitised-website-p...
I would like to bring to the attention of the network the work of Courtney Lane, Victorian hairwork artists and inependent historian based in Kansas City. Courtney teaches hairwork via her online platforms and in person at workshops as well as creating custom order pieces.
I think her work will be of great interest to H-Death scholars and would like to refer you to her site:
Unfortunately, Dr. Wolf has long been infamous (justifiably or not) for historical inaccuracies and spotty research, with vettings at academic and publisher levels falling short. (It does not sound, by the way, as if trained period historians were part of the review process at any point for OUTRAGES.)