A roundup of the CFPs, articles, podcasts, and workshops that caught my eye this week:
The Morbid Anatomy Museum’s beautiful and interesting film, Walter Potter: The Man Who Married Kittens, which focuses on the work of the Victorian taxidermist.
The first episode of the New Statesman’s Hidden Histories podcast, on the topic of ‘The Great Forgetting: Women Writers Before Austen’.
Brodie Waddell’s insightful blog post on ‘Job listings for historians on jobs.ac.uk, 2013-16‘.
The CFP for the Landscape: Interpretations, Relations, and Representations conference.
The forthcoming workshop ‘Snapshots of Empire: Governing a Diverse Empire Everywhere and All at Once’.
The first issue of Journal 18, on the topic of ‘Multilayered’.
Issue 2 of British Art Studies.
PhD Studentship on Nineteenth-Century Women Writers on Western European Art at Birkbeck.
The exhibition Folklore, Magic and Mysteries: Modern Witchcraft and Folk Culture in Britain at Preston Manor.
The latest issue of Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide.
The CFP for the Archives Matter: Queer, Feminist and Decolonial Encounters conference.