Colloquium: Solitude and Modernity

This one-day programme brings together researchers working on solitude and loneliness, in literature and society, from the nineteenth century to the present. Following literary and historical sessions on the Victorian City and Modern Britain, the event concludes with a discussion on enforced solitude, from the perspectives of first-hand experience of incarceration and forensic psychotherapy.

This event is co-sponsored by Pathologies of Solitude (QMUL) and Diseases of Modern Life (Oxford)

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