For scholars of 18th-19th century British women writers
Have you wondered what the first British Women Writers Conference was like, who presented, and what topics were covered? Thanks to Donelle Ruwe and Roxanne Eberle, we have an archive of nearly every program in the 25-year history of this unique conference. (The 2017 conference at UNC-Chapel Hill will be the 25th anniversary conference.) Together, these programs reveal part of the history of scholars’ recovery of women writers, how this work has changed, and how the field has grown since the early 1990s.
Each program will soon be accessible on the Annual Conference page of the website.