More links

If you are able to share the event information (and thank you to everyone on Twitter, Facebook etc. who has already done so) here are some more links.

Thank you to the Royal Historical Society for promoting our project: website here.

We’re also now officially a part of the University of York’s Public Lecture Series: see here.

On my personal blog are some related updates on other Romanticism news, including a Shelley conference in 2017. You can see that post here. You can also find me on Twitter where I’ll post updates about the events and this website.

200 years ago, in May 1816, the Shelleys had arrived in Geneva. The series of events that would lead to the composition of Frankenstein had begun…. 

Villa Diodati, Byron’s residence on the shores of Lake Geneva (Image: Keats-Shelley House)

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