Friday, December 6, IMU Oak Room, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Housed in the History Department, the European History Workshop at IU offers occasions, four times a semester, when faculty and students come together to discuss pre-circulated works in progress. This is a friendly and productive group that is populated mostly by twentieth-century historians of continental Europe.
A copy of Professor Kriegel's paper can be found in the Resources section of the Victorian Studies Oncourse site.
Wednesdays, Parker Library in Ballantine 442, 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Graduate students in Victorian studies meet weekly for casual discussion of Victorian literature and criticism based on the group's interests. This semester, texts have included Sharon Marcus's Between Women, George Eliot's The Lifted Veil, James Thomson's City of Dreadful Night, and Kevin Ohi's Innocence and Rapture and Henry James and the Queerness of Style. Coming up are Richard Marsh's The Beetle (October 16, 23, 30) and M. P. Shiel's The Purple Cloud (November 6, 13, 20). Interested undergraduates and faculty are also welcome. To be added to our e-mail list, contact beschric at indiana dot edu.