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Programme: Dance and the Novel in the long eighteenth century.




13th Annual Dance Symposium, Saturday 7 May 2011
Dance and the Novel in the long eighteenth century
New College and the Holywell Music Room, Oxford, Saturday 7 May 2011


Programme: Dance and the Novel in the long eighteenth century.
9.30-10.15 Registration, New College
10.30 Jennifer Thorp: Holywell Music Room
‘The elusive minuet in eighteenth-century English novels’

11.15 Jed Wentz: Holywell Music Room
‘An imposter Princess and a Royal Fool: reconstructing Defoe’s mismatched masquerade courante’

Noon Madeleine Inglehearn: Holywell Music Room
Dancing a country dance

1.00pm Lunch: New College

2.30 Olive Baldwin and Thelma Wilson: Holywell Music Room
‘Not dancing in Jane Austen’

3.15 Michael Burden: Holywell Music Room
‘Dancing in Fanny Burney’s Evelina’

4.00pm Tea: New College

4.45pm Madeleine Inglehearn: Holywell Music Room
Dancing a cotillion

6.00pm Drinks: New College
7.15pm Dinner: New College

Informations: Maggie Davies <maggie.davies@new.ox.ac.uk>

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