Regional and National Networks

24-25 January 2014: Regional and National Networks of Creativity (Southampton/Chawton)

How did regional networks – comprised of individuals such as publishers and patrons, or institutions such as periodicals and friendship groups – support creative endeavour? How far did the provinces offer a parallel culture or one running counter to the dominance of the metropolis? The workshop will reassess the nature of creativity in a context of contested civic and regional identities in order to learn from the example of late Georgian England.

Click here for details of the workshop, including the programme and report.

Videos of the workshop sessions can be found here:
(to browse the playlist, click the ‘playlist’ icon in the top left hand corner)

Delegates

Will Bowers (UCL)
Professor Stephen Bygrave (University of Southampton)
Professor Emma Clery (University of Southampton)
Jeff Cowton (Wordsworth Trust)
Dr Jane Darcy (UCL)
Dr Gregory Dart (UCL)
Dr Jeremy Davies (University of Leeds)
Dr Laura Davies (University of Southampton)
Professor Elizabeth Fay (University of Massachusetts)
Anna Fleming (University of Leeds and the Wordsworth Trust)
Professor John Goodridge (Nottingham Trent University)
Dr Georgina Green (University of Warwick)
Dr David Higgins (University of Leeds)
Dr Felicity James (University of Leicester)
Professor Scott Krawczyk (USMA, West Point)
Sarah Lewin (Hampshire Archives)
Sarah Moulden (University of East Anglia and Norwich Castle Museum)
Matthew Ward (University of St. Andrews)
Professor John Whale (University of Leeds)
Dr Simon White (Oxford Brookes University)
Jennifer Wilkes (University of Warwick)
Professor David Worrall (Nottingham Trent University)

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