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Britishness, Empire and Identity

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

  • Jonathan White
  • Ndubuisi E. Nnamani
  • Derek Scott

Thursday 27th June, 2013

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

Chair: Derek Scott (University of Leeds)

Dale Christmas (University of Hull): ‘The Britishness of Nineteenth-Century English Music: A Question of Epithets’

Ndubuisi E. Nnamani (University of Cambridge): ‘British Music in the Nineteenth-Century Lagos: Cosmopolitanization and the Contingencies of Space and Place’

Melissa Purdue (Minnesota State University): ‘”You must sing to the great god Aak”: The Role of Music in Rosa Praed’s Adventure Novel Fugitive Anne’

Jonathan White: ‘”If England drives us forth we shall not fall alone”: Stanford, Ireland and Empire’

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Melissa Purdue
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Ndubuisi E. Nnamani

University of Cambridge

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Dale Christmas

Conductor and PhD student. Writing on national and cultural identity in nineteenth-century British music. bio from Twitter

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Derek Scott

University of Leeds

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Time 1:30pm3:30pm GMT

Date Thu 27th June 2013

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