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CHARTISM (1838-1858): NEW PERSPECTIVES

Chartism (1838-1858): New Perspectives / Le Chartisme (1838-1858): Nouvelles Perspectives

The annual international Chartism Conference is organised by the Society of Labour History, the Chartist Study Group and the South Wales Centre for History and Interdisciplinary Research (SWCHIR). It will be held at the Sorbonne, Paris, between 2-4 July 2010.

This is a two day conference on many aspects of Chartist history followed by a ‘Revolution Walk’ on 4 July.

Speakers include Speakers: Benoît Agnès (Université Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne, Joan Allen (Newcastle University), Fabrice Bensimon (Université Paris IV-Sorbonne, Eugenio Biagini (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, Malcolm Chase (Leeds University), Ian Haywood (Roehampton University), Iorwerth Prothero (Manchester), Michael Sanders (University of Manchester), and Gregory Vargo (Columbia University, New York, USA).

Fabrice Bensimon.
Maison de la Recherche,
Université Paris 4-Sorbonne,
28 rue Serpente,
75006 Paris.
Email: fbensimon@free.fr

Visit the website at: http://education.newport.ac.uk/displayPage.aspx?object_id=12979&type=PAG

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