8-9 September 2022
St Hugh's College, Oxford
This AHRC-funded conference, organized by the R/18 Collective, marks the bicentenary of Elizabeth Inchbald’s death in 1821. Inchbald was the most prolific and successful playwright of late 18th-century Britain, as well as an actress, novelist, and drama critic. The conference will include a professional, script-in-hand performance of her 1788 farce, Animal Magnetism.
Both days: £90 (£50 for students, ECRs, or unemployed)
One day: £45 (£25 for students, ECRs, or unemployed)
Registration includes a sandwich lunch and tea and coffee. There is also an optional conference dinner on the evening of the 8th September.
PLEASE REGISTER HERE
REGISTRATION CLOSES ON WEDNESDAY 23RD AUGUST. THIS DEADLINE CANNOT BE EXTENDED.
VENUE AND ACCOMMODATION
The conference will take place at St. Hugh's College, Oxford. St. Hugh's is one of the largest colleges in Oxford and its site to the north to the city is known for its extensive, tranquil gardens.
Delegates can book en-suite accommodation for the conference - available for the nights of 7th, 8th, and 9th September - at the College. Please follow this link to do so