[SydPhil] Women in the Nineteenth Century - Interdisciplinary research day - University of Sydney 12 December

Dalia Nassar dalia.nassar at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 16:17:16 AEDT 2018

*Special Day in Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies*

*Women in the Nineteenth Century*

Date and Time: Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 11am-4:30pm

Location: Quadrangle Refectory, University of Sydney

*11:00-12:45pm: Panel One*

Dalia Nassar (University of Sydney), “The Human Vocation and the Question
of the Earth: Karoline von Günderrode’s Philosophy of Nature” (45min)

Kristin Gjesdal (Temple University), “Out of Oblivion: Germaine de Staël’s
Hermeneutic Philosophy” (45min)

*12:45-1:30pm: Lunch*

*1:30-3:00pm: Panel Two*

Lydia Moland (Colby College), “Bad Arguments in a Good Cause: Lydia Maria
Child on Slavery and Indifference” (45min)

Cat Moir (University of Sydney), “The Politics of Life in the Work of
Helene Stöcker” (30min)

*3-3:30pm: Musical Interlude *

David Larkin and Rosie Riebl (Sydney Conservatorium of Music), “In Search
of Agnes: The Woman behind Wagner’s *Wesendonck Lieder*” (20min)

*3:30-4:30pm: Panel Three*

Sophie Frazer (University of Sydney), “George Eliot and Spinoza: Toward a
Theory of the Affects” (20min)

Linda Moctezuma (University of Sydney), “The Singularity of a Single
Heroine: Trollope’s Miss Mackenzie” (20min)
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