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Here you can find what is going on in the world of Romance, Revolution and Reform. You can also browse an archive of all our past conferences.

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Post Print Issue 14

May 2024

The latest edition of Romance, Revolution and Reform's newsletter.

Blindness and Cupidity Chasing Joy from the City by Evelyn De Morgan (1897)

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An RRR Conference

Labour in the Long Nineteenth Century

5 - 6 January 2024

Southampton, UK

Romance, Revolution and Reform's annual international, interdisciplinary conference.

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SCNR Seminar

23 February 2023

Professor Robert Bickers (University of Bristol): 'To China & Back: Professional Circuits through Nineteenth Century China'. Online event, 16:00.

An illustration by Walter Crane entitled "The Worker's May-Pole". A woman is elevated and with arms outstretched holds a banner that reads "Socialization. Solidarity. Humanity". Several people dance in a circle around her holding ribbons flowing from her dress that display slogans such as "For the people", "Leisure for all", "Employer's liability" etc.. In the background are several banners with slogans such as "The cause of labour is the hope of the world" and "Neither riches nor poverty".

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An RRR Conference

Feeling in the Long Nineteenth Century

13 - 14 January 2023

Cambridge, UK

Romance, Revolution and Reform's annual international, interdisciplinary conference.

A French map from 1677 centred on the Indian ocean showing modern day Australia, Indonesia, Southern Asia, Turkey, Greece and Africa. The title of the map is "Carte des Indes Orientales".

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An RRR Conference

Radical Roundtables

19 January 2022

Romance, Revolution and Reform's annual international, interdisciplinary conference.

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