Who we are
The 19th-Century Group is an interdisciplinary research colloquium for the study of British literature and culture broadly and openly defined, including trans-Atlantic exchanges, empire, and more. We are interested in the long nineteenth century, including the late eighteenth century and the Edwardian period.
The group holds a number of meetings each quarter. Our primary purpose is to provide a place where UCLA graduate students and faculty can share their work in progress. We also meet to hear papers presented by visiting scholars.
Current Faculty Coordinator
Previous Faculty Coordinators
Jonathan H. Grossman (2002–2014)
Previous Graduate Coordinators
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