Victorian Marketplaces:
Consumers, Consumables, Circulation, and Consumption

Glendon College
2275 Bayview Avenue

Saturday 27 April 2019

9:30-10:20am             Registration and Tea                               (York Hall 317)

10:30am-12:15pm     Morning Session                                      (Glendon Hall 102)

Ashley Wilcox (Tufts University)
“The Commodification of the Scaffold in Victorian England”

Julianna Will (York University)
“Consuming Maidenheads: Hymens and Hymen Metaphors in Popular Victorian Texts”

Margo Beggs (Independent Scholar)
“My Little, Simple Souvenirs”: Consuming Mid-Victorian Photographs of Neoclassical Statuary in Rome”

Katy Jackson (Royal Holloway, U of London)
“Cutlery in Circulation: Buying, Keeping, and Stealing”


12:30-1:40pm         Lunch                                                            (York Hall 317)


1:50-2:50pm           Keynote Address I                                       (Glendon Hall 102)

Deepali Dewan (University of Toronto/ ROM)
Knowing Chintz: The Cloth That Changed The World

3:00-4:00pm           Keynote Address II                                      (Glendon Hall 102)

Stuart McCook (Guelph University)
Confessions of an Accidental Victorianist:
Thinking about the Victorian World in Global Context


4:10-5:00pm           Sherry Hour                                                   (York Hall 317)


^ image c. 1850, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London