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«CURRICULUM VITAE NAME Marie Elizabeth Mulvey-Roberts DEPARTMENT English, Linguistics and Communications FACULTY Creative Arts, Humanities and ...»

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“Dissecting the Bride of Frankenstein”, Gothic Limits/Gothic Ltd, University of Heidelberg, Germany, International Gothic Conference, August 2011 (proposal to be submitted) “Stigmatics, Menstruation and Dracula”, Bloodwork: The Politics of the Body 1500University of Maryland, USA, 6-7 May 2010 “Death by Orgasm: Castration as Cure”, Damaging the Body: Victorian Psychiatry, Gender and Bodily Injury workshop, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, University of London, September 2010 “Shadow of the Vampire: From Nosferatu to Hitler”, Monstrous Media/Spectral Subjects International Gothic Association conference, Lancaster University, July 2009 “Gothic Totalitarianism: Jews, Nazis and Shadow of the Vampire”, Uncanny Media, Utrecht University, Holland, August 2008 “Poisonous Pens: Murder and Madness in the Marriage of Edward and Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, International Gothic Association conference, Aix-en-Provence, June 2007 “Death and the Mason”, International Conference of Freemasonry, Edinburgh, May “Demonic Stigmatics”, International Gothic Association conference, Montreal, Canada, July 2005 “The Gothic Apron” International Fourth Biannual Conference of the International Gothic Association, Hope University, Liverpool, July, 2003 “Brides of Frankenstein: Romantic Conflict in the Making of the Woman Writer” British Association for Romantic Studies Conference on “Romantic Conflict”, University of Warwick, July 2003 “The Man of Honour Disgraced: Mistresses and Madness in the Marriage of Edward and Rosina Bulwer Lytton” British Association for Victorian Studies, University of Hull, September 2002 “From Viceroy‟s Daughter to Suffragette Prisoner to working-class Seamstress: The radical life and relations of Constance Lytton” for conference on auto/biography Olive Schreiner and Company: Radical lives and works, 1855-1920, Sociology Department, University of Manchester, June 2002 “The Brides of Frankenstein: Mary Shelley, L.E.L. and Rosina Bulwer Lytton” Conference of British Women Writers, University of Kansas, March 20001 “The Goddess of Reason and the Hyena in Petticoats: The Revolutionary Mothers Mary Wollstonecraft and Anna Wheeler and their Revolting Daughters Mary Shelley and Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, for Women and Change: Utopias, New worlds, New Ages, Aphra Behn Society for Women in the Arts, 1660-1830 Conference, University of Colorado, Denver, November 2000 "Edward's Knebworth and Rosina's "Naughtworth: Demolishing Bulwer-Lytton's Ancestral Pile", The Inaugural Conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies, University of Hertford, September 2000 "The Battle of the Books and Strange Stories: Living out the Fictions of Edward and Rosina Bulwer Lytton", Bulwer 2000, University of London and Knebworth House, Herts, July 2000 "Rebel Irish Mothers and Rebellious Daughters", Xth International Congress of Enlightenment, Dublin, July 1999 "Death by Orgasm: From Masturbation to Clitoridectomy in Dracula", International Fourth Biannual Conference of the International Gothic Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 1999 “Colonial Legacies From Tipperary to Queensland: The Rebel Women of Edward Bulwer-Lytton” Irish-Australia Conference, La Trobe University, Melbourne, September 1998 “Her Right His Name: Writing for Revenge: Insanity, Scandal and Sodomy in the life of Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, Scenes of Writing 1750-1850”, Gregynog Hall, University of Wales, July 1998 “Vampirism and Menstruation”, Dracula „97, Los Angeles, USA, 1997 “Mary Shelley‟s Corpse in the Corpus”, Mary Shelley Conference, Anglia Polytechnic University, Cambridge, September 1997 “Menstrual Taboo, The Hysteric and the New Woman”, International Gothic Association Conference, St Mary‟s College, Strawberry Hill, July 1997 “The Corpse and the Corpus: Reviving Wollstonecraft in Frankenstein”, Romantic Generations Conference, Leeds University, July 1997 “Her Right His Name: The Lunacy and Libel of Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, Women, Sexuality and Gender, Corpus Christi College, organised by Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, July 1996 “Monsters from the Margins: The Hideous Progenies of Inter-Textuality in Mary Shelley‟s Frankenstein”, Xth David Nichol Smith Seminar, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, July 1996 "Thoughts on the Education of Monsters: In Her Mother's Footsteps", Mary Wollstonecraft Conference, Uddevala, Sweden, September 1995 "Mothering the Unthinkable: Incest, Matricide and Necromancy in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein", International Congress of Enlightenment, Münster, Germany, July "The Hideous Progenies of Inter-Textuality in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Incest, Matricide and Necromancy", The Second International Gothic Conference, Sterling, July 1995 "The Pathology of a Parasite: Dracula and the Doctors", World Congress of Dracula, Bucharest, Rumania, May 1995 "Masculinity, Masonry and Millenarianism: Oscar Wilde and the Rose-Croix", Conference on "The End", Barcelona University, Barcelona, Spain, March 1993 "Secrecy and Sexuality: Masonic Misogyny and the Appropriation of the Feminine", ESSE (European Society for the Study of English), University of East Anglia, September 1991 "Who Wears the Apron? Female Freemasonry and Masonic Misogyny," VIII International Congress on the Enlightenment, Bristol, July 1991 "The Cultural Influence of Freemasonry," the Provincial Grand Lodge of South Wales Eastern Division, Cardiff, South Wales, January 1990 ""Women‟s Clubs and Female Freemasonry ", Demystifying the Female: She-Devils, Saints and Signifiers Conference, London University, November 1990 "Secrecy and the Scriblerians," American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, Minneapolis, USA, April 1990 "An Extravagant Proposal: Swift's Hidden Text," Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Conference, Belfast University, Belfast, March 1990 "An Enlightenment Panacea: A Cure for Mortality", British Society of EighteenthCentury Studies Conference, University of London, December 1990 "The Iconography of Satire in Hogarth and Swift," Images of Society Conference, Magdalen College, University of Cambridge, September 1989 "Mary Shelley and Rosicrucian Romanticism," Reviewing Romanticism Conference, King Alfred's College, Winchester, March 1989 “The Neglected Fiction of Mary Shelley" for the Women's Studies Group, 1558-1837, Senate House, University of London, London, July 1988 "The Rosicrucian Novel", MLA (Annual Convention of the Modern Languages Association), San Francisco, l987 "Science and the Supernatural in Godwin's St Leon," VII International Congress on Enlightenment, Budapest, 1987 "The Masonic Enlightenment: The Influence of Secret Societies in EighteenthCentury Literature", MLA (Annual Convention of the Modern Languages Association, New York), 1986 "Burns and Freemasonry", Aberdeen and the Enlightenment Conference, University of Aberdeen, 1986 “Hogarth's Criminal Iconography”, British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, University of London, January, 1984


“The Forbidden Room: Gender and Adaptation in Bluebeard”, keynote lecture, Gothic and Genre conference, Swansea University, 11 December 2010 “Celebrating Women‟s Writing”, keynote lecture co-presented with Janet Todd, Celebrating Women‟s Writing Conference, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, June 2010 “Brides of Frankenstein: From Text to Flesh”, plenary lecture, Third Gothic Congress, The Monster in Art and its Different Manifestations, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, March 2010.

“Bluebeard and the Bulwers”, keynote lecture, Women and Gothic, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, January 2010 “Goddesses of Reason and their Daughters: Mary Wollstonecraft, Anna Wheeler, Mary Shelley and Rosina Bulwer Lytton", keynote lecture, co-presented with Joanna Goldsworthy, Mothers and Daughters, Women‟s Studies Group 1558-1837, Annual Workshop, Senate House, University of London, April 2008 “The Bloody Chamber: Anatomising Female Gothic”, keynote lecture, Female Gothic Conference, University of Glamorgan, July 2004 “Bloody Women”, Spaces of the Mind Conference, keynote lecture, Centre for Romanticism and Enlightenment Studies, University of Glasgow, February 2004 “Menstrual Mythologies: Vampires, Stigmatics and the Cult of the Medusa”, keynote lecture, Menstruation: Blood, Body, Brand Conference, Institute of Feminist Theory and Research, Medical Institute, University of Liverpool, January 2003 “His Prints we Read”: The Masonic Narratives of Punishment and Jacobitism in William Hogarth and Edgar Allan Poe‟s “The Cask of Amontillado”, invited plenary, Fifth Annual International Conference, Freemasonry in Music and Literature, Canonbury Masonic Research Centre, November 2003 “Hogarth‟s Masonic Iconography: The metaphors of Secrecy, Perjury and Punishment”, invited plenary, Representation in the Eighteenth-Century, Universität Koblenz-Landau Germany, June 2003 "Writing for their Lives: Writers on America's Death Row", keynote lecture, "USA:

Land of the Free?" Amnesty International Conference, Bristol, April 1999 "Dracula at the Millennium: Is there a Future for the Undead?", keynote lecture, Bram Stoker Summer School, Dublin, July 1999 “The Lunacy of Rosina Bulwer Lytton: the Secret Sodomy Scandal” Victorian Gothic Conference, invited plenary, University of East Anglia, Norwich, April 1998


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