The Nonesuch? Georgette Heyer and Her Historical Fiction Contemporaries
The Nonesuch? Georgette Heyer and Her Historical Fiction Contemporaries Tuesday 19 June 2018, 9.15am - 5.30pm
The programme can be found here but in case that doesn't work and/or to preserve the details for posterity, here's a list of the papers and their authors:
Kim Sherwood (UWE Bristol) - "Pride and Prejudice: Metafiction and the Value of Historical Romance in Georgette Heyer"
Lisa Hopkins (Sheffield Hallam University) - "Shakespearean Echoes in Heyer’s Regency Novels"
Laura George (Eastern Michigan University) - "‘A little out of the way’: the dandy heroine in Regency Buck"
Kathleen Jennings (University of Queensland) - "Heyer... in Space! The Influence of Georgette Heyer on Science Fiction"
Vanda Wilcox (John Cabot University) - "Georgette Heyer, Wellington’s army and the First World War"
Geraldine Perriam (University of Glasgow) - "The Not-so-silly-ass: Freddy Standen, his Fictional contemporaries and Alternative Masculinity"
Tom Zille (Humboldt University) - "Georgette Heyer and the Language of the Historical Novel"
Deborah Longworth (University of Birmingham) - "From Almack’s to Astley’s: Regency World-building in the work of Georgette Heyer"
Sally Moore (University of Hertfordshire) - "Divorced, Beheaded, Died . . . The Problem with the Tudors in Romance Fiction"
Holly Hirst (Manchester Metropolitan University) - "Georgette Heyer and Redefining the Gothic Romance"
Stacy Gillis (Newcastle University) - "‘Ordinary People’: Austen and the Literary Genealogy of the Regency Romance"
jay Dixon (Independent Scholar) - "The Regency Novel under Heyer’s Influence"
Louise Allen (Independent Scholar) - "Writing in Heyer’s Shadow"
Roundtable discussion on Teaching Popular Historical Romance in the Literature Curriculum - Deborah Longworth, University of Birmingham
Lucie Dutton (Birkbeck, University of London) - "A Reluctant Movie"
Amy Street (Independent Scholar) - "Guilty Pleasures: Georgette Heyer"
Helen Davidge (Independent Scholar) - "Data Science, Georgette Heyer's Historical Novels and her Readers"
Roundtable discussion on Branding for the digital generation: Georgette Heyer’s book jackets as expressions of publishing contexts and fields - Mary Ann Kernan, City, University of London; Kim Wilkins, University of Queensland; Samantha Rayner, UCL
Plenary: Professor Kathryn Sutherland, Senior Research Fellow, St Anne's College Oxford, " 'Where history says little, fiction may say much': women writers and the historical novel"