Please find the latest Shelley Conference updates below.
24 September 2021: The third interview in our #Shelley200 series is now available, here. Watch Shelley editor and Conference advisor, Dr Will Bowers, speak with PG Helper, Laura Blunsden, about his first experience of reading Shelley, the editorial history of Shelley’s letters, the future of Shelley studies, and much more.
02 September 2021: The second interview in our #Shelley200 series is now available, here. Watch esteemed Shelley editor and Conference Keynote, Professor Nora Crook, speak with PG Helper, Ana Stevenson, about her introduction to Shelley, Shelley and pop culture, editorial discoveries, and much more.
27 August 2021: The Call for Papers for the Shelley Conference has been launched. View and download the CfP here. The closing date is Monday 7th February 2022.
12 August 2021: The recording of our #Shelley200 Revolutionary Shelley Roundtable is now available here. This event featured a discussion of the poet’s revolutionary legacy, poetry, and politics with Dr Julie Camarda, Graham Henderson, Dr Jacqueline Mulhallen, and Professor Michael Scrivener.
11 July 2021: We are excited to share the details of our next #Shelley200 event: The Revolutionary Shelley Roundtable, taking place on the poet’s birthday, 4th August 2021 from 7pm-8:30pm BST. Please see the press release below for more information.
08 July 2021: We are delighted to announce the venue for the Shelley Conference: the Nightingale Room at Keats House Museum, London. More information is available here.
25 June 2021: We are pleased to share the first video in our #Shelley200 Interview series: a conversation between Shelley Conference Postgraduate Helper Laura Blunsden and Professor Kelvin Everest, here. Professor Everest, a member of our advisory board and a keynote of the 2017 Shelley Conference, speaks about his introduction to Shelley, past Shelley Conferences, developments in editing Shelley, and much more.
21 May 2021: The recording of our first #Shelley200 Roundtable is now available, here. This inaugural event was a discussion of Shelley’s 1821 poem, Epipsychidion, chaired by Dr Bysshe Inigo Coffey and featuring Dr Will Bowers, Professor Stuart Curran, Professor Michael Rossington, and Dr Valentina Varinelli.
21 January 2021: In light of the uncertainties presented by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we do not expect to announce our Call for Papers and Registration details until September 2021 at the earliest. We appreciate your patience and wish for everyone to remain safe and well during these challenging times. Please continue to check this page for further updates and save 8-9 July 2022 in your diaries.