A Space of their Own: Women, Writing and Place, 1850-1950

A Space of their Own:   Women, Writing and Place, 1850-1950

A Space of their Own:   Women, Writing and Place, 1850-1950
Wednesday, June 26, 9am - 6pm
University Centre Shrewsbury

Attendance: (includes refreshments and lunch)
£20 General
£15 Students and Unwaged
£10 University Centre Shrewsbury and University of Chester students

This one-day conference aims to explore how 19th and 20th-Century women writers incorporated the idea of "place" into their writing. Whether writing from a specific location, or focusing upon a particular geographical or imaginary place, women writers working between 1850-1950 valued "a space of their own" in which to work.

The conference will look to the many ways women writers explored concepts of space and place and how they expressed these through their writings. 

For more information about the conference, contact: aspaceoftheirown@gmail.com.  To proceed to book online please complete the form below then click "Add to Cart"


Product Options

Attendance Options