SWINC Autumn Workshop ’22

Join us for our autumn roundup of work presented at conferences over the summer: 12th October 2023

William Daniell, Light House on the Start, Isle of Sandy, Orkney, © The Trustees of the British Museum. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.

Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2022

Time: 2-5.30pm

Location: Room G.01, 50 George Square


2-3:30pm – Session 1

‘“How superior in this respect did I find the peasantry of Scotland”: upon the value of reading with understanding in Elizabeth Hamilton’s Memoirs of Modern Philosophers and The Cottagers of Glenburnie’ – Cleo O’Callaghan Yeoman

‘Walter Scott, William Daniell, and the shaping of a coastal aesthetic’ – Anna Pilz

‘Novelty’ – Gerry McKeever

3:30-4:00pm – Coffee Break

4:00-5:30pm – Session 2

‘Legacies of Rebellion and Patriotic Performance: The Adaptation of Scott’s The Lady of the Lake for the British Stage and for the Context of War between 1812–1815’ – Hilary Clydesdale

‘Sister Shadows: Social Authorship and Scottish Women’s Writing in the Long Eighteenth Century’ – Ainsley Mcintosh

‘John Mackay Wilson’s Tales Beyond Borders; “Grizel Cochrane” as a Case Study in Reprinting’ – Honor Rieley