NEW: Special Issue of Nineteenth-Century Contexts dedicated to the INCS 2015 Conference "Mobilities" now available online.
Edited by my co-organizer Narin Hassan and I, the special issue of Nineteenth-Century Contexts dedicated to INCS 2015 conference is now available online. http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/gncc20/current
Featuring articles by Philippa Levine, one of our keynote speakers, Dory Agazarian, the 2015 Susan Morgan Graduate Student Essay Prize Winner, Devin Griffiths, Sara Hackenberg, and Sumangala Bhattacharya, this special issue will be available in print in December 2015.
Narin Hassan & Nicole Lobdell, "Preface: INCS 2015 Nineteenth-Century Mobilities"
Dory Agazarian, "Victorian Roads to Rome: Historical Travel in the Wake of the Grand Tour"
Sumangala Bhattacharya, "'Those Two Thin Strips of Iron': The Uncanny Mobilities of Railways in British India"
Devin Griffiths, "Flattening the World: Natural Theology and the Ecology of Darwin's Orchids"
Sara Hackenberg, "Asmodeus Flights: Urban Mysteries and Moving Pictures"
Philippa Levinee, "The Mobile Camera: Bodies, Anthropologists, and the Victorian Optic"
On April 16, 2015, the annual Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS) Conference conveyed at the Loews Hotel in Atlanta, GA. This year's theme was "Mobilities" to reflect Atlanta's status as a city on the move, a city of exchanges, and a city with one of the busiest airports in the world. With over 320 presenters, 85 panels, 2 plenary sessions, and 2 keynote speakers, this conference celebrated the 30th Anniversary of INCS in grand style. http://incs2015.lmc.gatech.edu/