The event takes place in Sheffield on 28 and 29 June 2013.
Friday 28 June
Public lecture at the Peak Lecture Theatre, Sheffield Hallam University.
Paul Pickering (Australia National University): “Telling the people’s story: writing, representing and selling the past in the age of affective history”
Saturday 29 June
St Mary’s Church on Bramall Lane
- Martin Hewitt (Huddersfield University), “Chartism and the Taxes on Knowledge Campaign”
- Robert G Hall (Ball State University), “Bookstores for the Millions: The Politics of Reading and Chartism, 1838-1848”
- David Goodway, “Julian Harney’s Late Journalism: The Newcastle Weekly Chronicle column, 1890-97”
- Jenny Cadwallender (Manchester University), “’Amidst Tears, Cheers and Execrations’: Domesticity and the Politics of Chartist Women”
- Timothy Keane, “Ireland and Irish Nationalism in Chartism”
- Philip Lockley, “Chartism and Millenarianism”
- Steve Poole, “Rural Chartism in the West”
- Katrina Navickas, “What next for Chartist Studies”