Winter School Archive

 

 

The Theme for 2018 was

"Wordsworth's Radicalism Revisited"

Speakers: 

 

Stephen Gill (Oxford) on Reconsidering Wordsworth's Radicalism: Setting the Scene

Judith Thompson (Dalhousie) on John Thelwall in and on Wordsworth's 'Excursion'

Tim Fulford (de Montfort) on Wordsworth & Ebenezer Elliott: Radicalism Renewed

Heather Glen (Cambridge) on Radical Poetry: The first drafts of 'The Ruined Cottage'

David Chandler (Doshisha) on The Wordsworth Wars of the 1980s

Joanna Taylor (Lancaster) on Radical Geographies:  The Wordsworths' Walks

Jessica Fay (Bristol) on Movement & Stillness in 'The Excursion' and 'The White Doe of Rylstone'

John Williams (Greenwich) on "I have a great deal of the Chartist in me": Telling Tales about the radical Wordsworth

 

There were excurionsto the Quaker Tapestry in Kendal, Lowther Castle, and Sarah Losh's church at Wreay

 
Winter School Programme, 2015
WWS Programme 2015.pdf
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Winter School Programme, 2016
WWS Programme 2016.pdf
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Winter School Programme, 2017
Winter School Programme 2017.pdf
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Winter School Programme, 2018
WWS Programme 2018.pdf
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