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Music and Literature I: Poetry

A session at Ninth Biennial Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain

  • Alisa Clapp-Itnyre
  • Phyllis Weliver
  • Donna Parsons

Monday 24th June, 2013

1:30pm to 3:30pm (GMT)

Chair: Maura Dunst (Cardlff University) (panel convenor)

Joanna Swafford (University of Virginia): ‘Subversive Singing: Role Reversals in Caroline Norton’s Juanita’

Alisa Clapp-Itnyre (Indiana University East): ‘“Since we stood psalming there”: Thomas Hardy and the Complexity of Children’s Hymn-Singing in Nineteenth-Century Britain’

Phyllis Weliver (Saint Louis University): ‘Alfred Tennyson and Emily Tennyson: Salon Readings and Musical Settings’

Donna Parsons (University of Iowa): ‘”In Virtual Delirium”: The Nietzschean Michael Field and Der Ring des Nibelungen’

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Maura Dunst

Victorianist PhD student, interested in: New Woman Fiction, the 1890s, Decadence, music in literature, also ice cream, riding my bike to and fro. bio from Twitter

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Joanna Swafford

PhD Candidate in English, University of Virginia, studying Victorian and Romantic poetry, sound studies, and digital humanities. http://www.songsofthevictorians.com/ bio from Twitter

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Alisa Clapp-Itnyre

Indiana University East

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Phyllis Weliver

Saint Louis University

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Donna Parsons

University of Iowa

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Time 1:30pm3:30pm GMT

Date Mon 24th June 2013

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