With less than 24 hours to go now until the conference begins, Russell Goulbourne reflects on Rousseau’s birth (and death) in his blog, which you can read by clicking here.
Our online registration system seems to have failed today — the last day for registration! If you want to register, please email Russell Goulbourne (email@example.com) today (31 May).
Please note, too, that you can find details about the conference on the University of Leeds website by clicking here.
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The conference programme is now available, as are the details about how to register to attend: simply click on the tabs at the top of this page.
We’re delighted that, in addition to our plenary speakers, we’re going to hear papers from Zoe Beenstock (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Rowan Boyson (King’s College, Cambridge), Martina Domines Veliki (University of Zagreb), Maria Fátima Simões (University of São Paulo), Pascal Fischer (University of Würzburg), James Fowler (University of Kent), Miryam Giargia (University of Milan), Lieve Jooken (University of Ghent), Monika Lee (University of Western Ontario), Rebecca Nesvet (University of North Carolina), Joseph Pappin (University of South Carolina), Thomas Roche (University of California, Santa Barbara), Guy Rooryck (University of Ghent), Ashley Sandlin (Auburn University), James Smith (University of Manchester), Helen Stark (University of Newcastle) and Heather Williams (University of Wales).
Registration details will appear in due course on our website.
We’re pleased to have received lots of proposals for our conference, and we shall be getting back in touch with people as soon as we’ve worked through them all. In the meantime, we’re delighted to announce that the conference has been awarded financial support from the Modern Humanities Research Association, to whom we are very grateful.
Don’t forget that the deadline for proposals is Friday 30 September. Click on Call for papers to find out more.