• 22 MARCH 2024

    The Morphing Culture(s) Research Team at the Institute of Literature and New Media of the University of Szczecin invites to a series of online lectures focused on neo-Victorian television.

    The lecture topics include cultural texts known from streaming platforms – films and series that are adaptations of Victorian and neo-Victorian novels, biofictions of famous 19th century figures, and crime, fantasy and horror stories set in or referring to the Victorian era. Lectures will be delivered by researchers specializing in neo-Victorianism and adaptation studies: dr Antonija Primorac (University of Rijeka, Croatia), prof. Rosario Arias (University of Malaga, Spain), dr Chris Louttit (Radboud Universiteit, the Netherlands), dr hab. Dorota Babilas, prof. UW (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland), prof. Sarah E. Maier (University of New Brunswick, Canada), Rachel M. Friars (Queen’s University, Canada), dr Lucyna Krawczyk-Żywko (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland), dr Anna Gutowska (Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach / WFDiF w Warszawie, Poland), dr Megen de Bruin-Molé (Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, United Kingdom) and dr Helena Esser (United Kingdom). The events are moderated by dr Barbara Braid (the Institute of Literature and New Media).

    Lectures take place on Wednesdays at 6pm CET/CEST on Zoom. Please follow the LINK to register and check the agenda.