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I gave a keynote at Secret Cycling Selves: How Victorian Women Negotiated Multiple Mobile Identities Through Patented Cycle Wear, Mobilities, Literature, Culture Conference, Lancaster University, UK.

This two-day conference provides a forum for scholars working at the intersection of literary and cultural studies and mobilities theories to explore the cultural representation of mobilities across geographical regions and historical periods. The conference offers a timely space in which to discuss the incisive new methodologies, frameworks, and theorizations that are shaping the dynamic and growing field of literary-mobility studies. 

The programme is here and there is a write-up about it here.

I did the talk in an 1895 cycling costume patented by Alice Louisa Bygrave (and yes, I may have climbed up on a chair : )

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