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Harriet Martineau: online talks for UK Disability History Month:

Date
18 November - 20 December 2020
Location:
Online talks
Description
Two online talks about Harriet Martineau's experiences of hearing loss for UK Disability History Month 2020

Harriet Martineau: Living with deafness, in her own words

Harriet Martineau: Living with deafness, in her own words
Date
18 November - 20 December 2020
Description
In this pre-recorded session, Archivist Jenny Childs will read extracts from her favourite archive collection held at the Cadbury Research Library, that of 19th century author Harriet Martineau.

21st century reflections on Harriet Martineau's 'Letter to the Deaf'

21st century reflections on Harriet Martineau's 'Letter to the Deaf'
Date
18 November - 20 December 2020
Location:
Zoom
Description
In this second of two pre-recorded talks about Harriet Martineau, Helen Barrell reflects on Martineau's 1834 essay, Letters to the Deaf.

"The Sphinx's seamless veil": Exploring the Religious Reception of Ancient Egypt in Nineteenth-Century Fiction

"The Sphinx's seamless veil": Exploring the Religious Reception of Ancient Egypt in Nineteenth-Century Fiction
Date
25 November 2020
Location:
Online via Zoom
Description
Sara Woodward (Leeds) delivers the Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology seminar.
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