Program

Day 1

Thursday 21 November

Time Session Location
9:00–9:50 Registration Lecture Theatre South Foyer
9:50–10:00 Welcome Lecture Theatre South R1
10:00–11:30 Panel 1A: Romantic Australia Lecture Theatre South R3
10:00–11:30 Panel 1B: Blake and the Embodied Imagination Lecture Theatre South R5
11:30–12:30 Keynote 1:
Regency She-Kings: Byron, Keats and the Poetry of Voluptuousness - Clara Tuite
Lecture Theatre South R1
12:30–13:30 Lunch Lecture Theatre South Foyer
13:30–15:00 Panel 2A: Locating bodies Lecture Theatre South R3
13:30–15:00 Panel 2B: Childhood Lecture Theatre South R5
15:00–15:30 Afternoon tea Lecture Theatre South Foyer
15:30–17:00 Panel 3A: Sisterhoods Lecture Theatre South R3
15:30–17:00 Panel 3B: Built environments Lecture Theatre South R5
17:30–18:30

Public lecture:
The Architecture of Suffering: Matthew Lewis, Catherine Blake, and William Blake on rebirth, ruination, and loss - Peter Otto

Adam's Auditorium
18:30–20:30 Wine reception Adam's Auditorium  Foyer

Day 2

Friday 22 November

Time Event Location
10:00–11:30 Panel 4A: Bodies in Art Lecture Theatre South R3
10:00–11:30 Panel 4B: Healing bodies Lecture Theatre South R5
11:30–12:30 Keynote 2:
“The Dislocation of the Verse”: Reading Pathology and the Embodiment of Motion - Kevis Goodman
Lecture Theatre South R1
12:30–13:30 Lunch Lecture Theatre South Foyer
13:30–15:00 Panel 5A: Biological Keats Lecture Theatre South R3
13:30–15:00 Panel 5B: Bodies and Machines Lecture Theatre South R5
15:00–15:30 Afternoon tea Lecture Theatre South Foyer
15:30–17:00 Panel 6A: Violent Bodies Lecture Theatre South R3
15:30–17:00 Panel 6B: Visualising the World Lecture Theatre South R5
17:00–18:00 Keynote 3:
Embodying Knowledge: Romantic Public Lecturing - Will Christie
Lecture Theatre South R1
19:30–Late Conference dinner  

Day 3

Saturday 23 November

Time Event Location
10:00–11:30 Panel 7A: Impoverished bodies Lecture Theatre South R3
10:00–11:30 Panel 7B: Radical bodies, gendered restrictions Lecture Theatre South R5
11:30–12:30 Keynote 4:
Raymond Williams’ Experimental History of Romanticism - Kevin Gilmartin
Lecture Theatre South R1
12:30–13:30 Lunch Lecture Theatre South Foyer
13:30–15:00 Panel 8A: Romance and the Body Lecture Theatre South R3
13:30–15:00 Panel 8B: Romanticism, Pedagogy and Indigeneity Lecture Theatre South R5
15:00–15:30 Afternoon tea Lecture Theatre South Foyer
15:30–16:30 RSAA AGM Lecture Theatre South R5