Difficult Women in the Long Eighteenth Century: 1680-1830

1.00pm Friday, 27 November 2015 to 6.30 pm Saturday 28 November 2015

Location: University of York, Berrick Saul Building.

Just to let you know that registration  for this conference is now open. It is free to attend but you do need to register on Eventbrite:

Please note that registration covers both days, but please do not worry if you can only attend on one day.

If you are a speaker, please do NOT register through this link, as you already have a speaker form. 

Postgraduate Bursaries:
Due to generous funding from BSECS and the RHS, we are pleased to be able to offer seven bursaries to postgraduates attending the conference from outside of York. Bursaries are to the value of £25 each. If you would like to apply for one of these bursaries, please write in no more than 200 words why you feel that you are eligible, and email this to us directly at:

(If you are applying for a bursary, please include details of any other funding you may be in receipt of in your application)


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  5. I have tried to reach the conference organizers, to ask if a single paper may be submitted and if the conference is confined to women in the British Empire. I know this is an awkward time of year to contact people (travel, research), but I would be grateful for a response.


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