The deadline for registration for both the workshop and main symposium has been extended to Sunday 29th November. Click here to register. There are also several funded student places for both the workshop and symposium. For more information visit the symposium website.
There’s a week left to register for the workshop! Registration costs £10 and the workshop is open to anyone with an interest in Lovelace. To register click here. Registration for this workshop, taking place on Tuesday 8 December, is not included in standard registration for the Ada Lovelace Symposium (9-10 December).
We are very excited to announce that author and biographer Miranda Seymour will be joining our other speakers in the expert panel. Miranda’s books include lives of Mary Shelley (2000) and Robert Graves (1995) and the award winning memoir: In My Father’s House. She is currently writing a twin life of Annabella Byron and Ada Lovelace, which focuses on the making – and breaking – of Victorian reputations. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has been a Visiting Professor at Nottingham Trent.
The timetable for the day is now available. You can also check out paper abstracts and speakers’ biographies.
Workshop registration is now open for Texts and Contexts: The Cultural Legacies of Ada Lovelace, at a cost of £10. Please follow this link to register.
The deadline for proposals to speak at the workshop has been extended to MIDNIGHT, FRIDAY 18 SEPTEMBER. Do take a look at our call for papers – we welcome abstracts related to any aspect of Lovelace’s work and legacy, as well as papers on broader themes, such as early nineteenth-century mathematics, female mathematicians, and scientific networks.
This is a reminder that the deadline for abstracts is tomorrow (Friday 28 August) at 5pm!
Registration is now open for the graduate workshop, as well as other exciting Lovcelace events. To register, please follow this link.
The registration costs for the graduate workshop, for both speakers and non-speakers, is £10.
A reminder that our deadline for proposals is 5pm, Friday 28 August. Graduates and early career researchers from any department are welcome to submit 250-word proposals for 20 minute papers.
We are pleased to announce that our keynote speaker will be Professor Sharon Ruston. Professor Ruston is Chair in Romanticism in the Department of English and Creative Writing at Lancaster University, and her main research interests are in literature and science in the Romantic period. Her publications include Shelley and Vitality (2005), and Creating Romanticism: Case studies in the literature, science, and medicine of the 1790s (2013). She is currently co-editing the Collected Letters of Sir Humphry Davy and his Circle.
Professor Ruston will also take part in the expert panel alongside Sydney Padua and Richard Holmes.