All papers are accessible online until 23.30 BST on Friday 18th September

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Please note that all sessions have pre-recorded content to watch at your convenience, as well as a corresponding live event (see ‘Live Events’ below). 

We hope that delegates will be able to join us for some of the live events, but fully understand if they are not able to do so. Please just show up for the live sessions you are able to attend.

Please click on the panel you wish to view below or alternatively you can navigate the panels via the menu at the top of the page.

Keynote: Lucy Peltz & David F. Taylor

Panel 1: Author Portraits

Panel 2: Intermedial Objects

Panel 3: Image vs. Text

Panel 4: Death, Mourning & Commemoration

Postgraduate & ECR workshop: Interdisciplinarity in the Art Gallery

Keynote: Malcolm Baker

Panel 5: Gendered Narratives

Panel 6: Arts, Science & Enlightenment

Panel 7: Place & Environment

Live Sessions Schedule 

There will be an opportunity for live Q&A and reflections on each panel and the keynotes (see below) which take place on the Wednesday and Thursday. 

Delegates will be sent joining information for these live sessions prior to the opening of the conference. They will be hosted via Blackboard Collaborate, and you will be able to join by simply clicking on a given link.

Wednesday 16th September 

11am BST: Live ECR workshop with Anne Fountain & Claudine van Hensbergen, 60 mins.

3pm BST: Live Q&A online with Lucy Peltz & David F. Taylor, 60mins

4.30pm BST: Coffee house 1 (of 2): online discussion of panels 1-4, 90 mins. Led by panel chairs.

Thursday 17th September 

3pm BST: Live Q&A online with Malcolm Baker, 60mins

4.30pm BST: Coffee house 2 (of 2): online discussion of panels 5-7, 90 mins. Led by panel chairs.

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