Conferences

 As key note speaker:

2017     ‘Bildung epistolar: les cartes com a font d’educació informal entre dones burgeses en el context de l’Anglaterra victoriana’, Jornada de Recerca: Educació, Cultura i Escriptura femenina (1800-1950), Univeritat de Vic, Vic, Spain

2017     ‘Los relatos autobiográficos como metodología en las ciencias sociales:  perspectivas interdisciplinares actuales’, VI Jornadas de Historias de Vida, Lleida University, Lleida, Spain

 

Other conferences (selection):

2019      ‘Las cartas como instrumentos educativos: la Bildung epistolar de Bessie Parkes, Barbara Bodichon y Anna Mary Howitt’, Congreso Brasileiro de História da Educação, Sociedad Brasileira de História da Educação, Belem, Brazil

2019      ‘Bildung epistolar: las cartas como fuente de educación informal entre mujeres burguesas en el contexto de la Inglaterra victoriana’, XIIV Jornadas Nacionales de Historia de las Mujeres, Universidad Nacional Mar del Plata, Mar del Plata, Argentina

2019     ‘Emotions and embodiment in epistolary Bildung’, Knowing the Self: Auto/biographical Narratives and the History of Knowledge, International Auto-Biography Association Conference, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain

2019  ‘Educación epistolar: construcción dialógica y colectiva del conocimiento’,Identidades, Internacionalismo, Pacifismo y Educación, Sociedad Española de Historia de la Educación, Universidad de Vigo, Coruña y Santiago, Monforte de Lemos, Spain

2018     ‘Epistolary education: self-development at the interface of emotions and embodiment’, Revolution, Remembrance and Re-vision: Charting the Path of Education, History of Education Society Annual Conference, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland

2018     ‘Women’s letters as Bildung-like instruments in Victorian Angleterre: a Foucauldian reading of Wilhelm von Humboldt’s educational concept’, Education and Nature, International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE), Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

2017     ‘Epistolary Bildung: letter-writing as sources of informal education for literate women in nineteenth-century England’, Celebration, Commemoration and Collaboration – milestones in the history of education, History of Education Society Annual Conference, Winchester University, Winchester, United Kingdom

2017     ‘Intercambios epistolares: la génesis dialógica y colaborativa del panfleto feminista de Barbara Bodichon Women and Work (1857)’, La identidad autorial de las escritoras a través de la correspondencia XII-XXI, Universidad de Educación a Distancia, Madrid, Spain

2017     ‘Intercambios epistolares: la génesis dialógica y colaborativa del panfleto feminista de Barbara Bodichon Women and Work (1857)’, XIII Jornadas Nacionales de Historia de las Mujeres / VIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Estudios de Género, Universiy of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2017     Letter-Exchanges: The Dialogical and Collaborative Genesis of Barbara Bodichon’s Feminist Pamphlet Women and Work (1857)’, Life-Writing, Europe and New Media, International Auto-Biography Association Conference, King’s College, London, United Kingdom

2016     Personal Correspondence of Barbara Bodichon: An Epistolary Collage of her Feminist Artistic Identity’, Excavating Lives, International Auto-Biography Association Conference, Cyprus University, Nicosia, Cyprus

2015     ‘Disrupting Women’s Historicity: The Use of Personal Narratives in Feminist History’, Feminisms in a transnational perspective: Disrupting historicity, Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik, Croatia

2015     ‘Barbara Bodichon’s “epistolary I”, “epistolary you” and “epistolary she”: A Letter Collage of her Feminist Identity’, “Mail and Female”: New Approaches to Women’s Letters, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Toronto, Canada

2014     ‘Barbara Bodichon’s Travel Writing: Her Epistolary Articulation of Bildung’, Transnationalism, gender and teaching: perspectives from the history of education, History of Education Society, University of Dublin, Ireland

2014     The Personal Correspondence of Barbara Bodichon: An Epistolary Collage of her Artistic Identity’, Writing Women’s Lives: Auto/Biography, Life Narratives, Myths and Historiography, University of Yeditepe, Istanbul, Turkey

2012     ‘Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon (1827-1891): the Unfolding of an Artistic Self at the Interface of Letters and Paintings’, 8th European Feminist Research Conference, University of Budapest, Hungary

2012     ‘The Personal Correspondence of Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon (1827-1891): A Cross-Epistemological Approach to Historical Research’, Un/disciplined? Research Methods, Theories and Standpoints of Women’s and Gender History, University of Vienna, Austria

2011     ‘La correspondance de Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon: l’agency conceptualisée à travers les échanges épistolaires’, Agency: un concept opératoire dans les études du genre, Provence University, France

2010     ‘Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon: Education, Feminism and Agency in Epistolary Narratives’ Citizenship, Religion and Education, History of Education Society Annual Conference, University Institute of Education, London, England

2009                ‘“Unladylike” Woman’s Rights Women and Press Representation: Victorian English Feminists as Seen by Punch Magazine, 7th European Feminist Research Conference, University of Utrecht, Holland

2008     Middle-class Political Women in Early Nineteenth-Century England: Anne Knight (1786-1862) and the Anti-Slavery and Chartist Movements’, Political Women, 1500- 1900, University of Umeå, Sweden

2008     ‘Letter Exchange in the Life of Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon (1827-1891): the First Female Suffrage Campaign Seen through her Correspondence’, Construire le féminisme: échanges et correspondances, University Lyon 2, France

2007     ‘“Seeking and Saving”: Rescue Work as an Instrument of Social Control and a Source of Feminist Consciousness in Britain and the United States, 1830-1840’, Charities as instruments of social control in nineteenth-century Britain, University Rennes 2, France

 

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