Northern Nineteenth-Century Network (NNCN) is a collaborative network for
Victorianists based in the North of England. The partnership brings together
research academics and students at Leeds Trinity University, University of
Huddersfield, University of Hull and University of Cergy-Pontoise in Paris.
Together, we develop Nineteenth-Century and Victorian Studies research through co-operative activities that include seminars, research bids, conferences and colloquia as well as projects and publications.
Victorian Legacies, our inaugural event held at the University of Huddersfield in October 2014, was a collaborative NNCN event sponsored by the British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS)
, and supported the understanding and analysis of the contemporary world from the developments within our Victorian Studies research areas. Download the Victorian Legacies report
Paraphernalia! Victorian Objects was a one-day conference held at Leeds Trinity University in April 2015, which discussed all things Victorian. We were delighted to have Professor Rohan McWilliam, President of the British Association for Victorian Studies (Anglia Ruskin University) and Professor Valerie Sanders (University of Hull) as our keynote speakers.
Nineteenth-Century Tyrannies, our latest event, was a half-day symposium at the University of Hull in October 2015.