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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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“Victorian Poisoners: Marriage and Madness”, Staff Research Seminar, Department of English, University of the West of England, Bristol, June 2008 “Offstage Theatrics”, Staging the Page, Wales and the West Romanticism conference University of Swansea, April 2008 Co-contributor, “Planning and Implementing an 18th-century Module in the 21st Century, Teaching the Eighteenth-Century, University of the West of England, Bristol, September 2007 “Writing for their Lives”, LifeLines Conference, Bristol, May 2007 “Powers of Horror: Demonic Stigmatics”, Staff Research Seminar, School of English and Drama, University of the West of England, Bristol, June 2006 Reading of “The Letters of Edward and Rosina” edited by the 2nd Earl of Lytton, Henry Lytton Cobbold and Marie Mulvey-Roberts performed by Lucy and Gerald Dickens, great-grandson of Charles Dickens, at Bulwer‟s Bicentennial Conference, Knebworth House (invited), May 2003 Edward Bulwer-Lytton‟s “Manuscript found in a Madhouse and Monos and Daimos”, Bulwer‟s Bicentennial Conference, Knebworth House (invited), May 2003 “Freemasonry in the Art of William Hogarth” Senatores Lodge of Installed Masters, Blackpool (invited), January, 2003 “Hogarth on the Square: Masonic Iconography” Centre for Research into Freemasonry, The Centre for Research into Freemasonry, University of Sheffield (invited). 2002 “The Revenge of the Mad Wife: Edward‟s Knebworth and Rosina‟s Naughtworth” for the 50th year anniversary celebrations of the University of Hertfordshire, Watford, (invited) January, 2002 “Death by Orgasm: Menstruation, Masturbation and Sexual Surgery in Bram Stoker‟s Dracula” Colorado College, Colorado Springs, November 2000 “Sexual Surgeries in Dracula”, University of Colorado, Denver, November 2000 "Revolutionary Mothers and Revolting Daughters: Anna Wheeler, Mary Wollstonecraft, Rosina Bulwer Lytton and Mary Shelley", Women' Studies Group 1500-1820, University of London, October 2000 “The Public and Private Prisons of Lady Constance Lytton”, Biography and Autobiography Unit, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, October 1998 “Rewriting the Mother: Frankenstein, Wollstonecraft and Abjection”, Monash University, October 1998 “The Dark Science; Bram Stoker‟s Dracula”, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, October 1998 "Militancy, Martyrdom or Masochism? The Public and Private Prisons of Constance Lytton”, Women‟s Southwest History Network, University of the West of England, Bristol, May 1998 “Understanding Hogarth in a Masonic Context”, The Livingston Masonic Library, New York, USA, 1997 “The Corpse and the Corpus: Reviving Mary Wollstonecraft in Mary Shelley‟s Frankenstein”, Trinity University College, Carmarthen, December, 1996 “Dracula and the Doctors: Bad Blood, Menstrual Taboo and the New Woman”, Work-in-Progress Seminar, Humanities Research Centre, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, August 1996 “Rosina Bulwer Lytton: Rebel Writer”, The British Council, Barcelona, Spain, January 1996 “The Cadaverous Mothering Text: The Wollstonecraftian Genesis of Frankenstein”, Tarragona University, Spain, January 1996 “Monsters and Mothers: Birth, Death and the Nuclear Family in Mary Shelley‟s Frankenstein”, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, August 1996 “Incarcerating a Rebellious Wife: The Madness and Mayhem of Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, Sydney University, Australia, August 1996 “Bad Blood and Menstrual Taboo in Bram Stoker‟s Dracula”, Macquarie University, Australia, August 1996 “Monstrous Mothers and the Intertextuality of Frankenstein‟s Hideous Progeny” University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, August 1996 “Editing Women’s Writing, Subversive Women and For Her Own Good”, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, August 1996 “Dracula and the Doctors: Bad Blood, Menstrual Taboo and the New Woman”, University of Queensland, Australia, August 1996 “The Importance of Being a Freemason”, Semper Fidelis Lodge, St Annes on Sea, November, 1996 “Thoughts on the Education of Monsters: Shelley and Wollstonecraft”, University of Glamorgan, 1996 “Visit to Parchman State Penitentiary, Mississippi”, LifeLines Conference, University of London, November 1996 "Subversive Ways to Earn a Living", Swindon Business Women's Breakfast Speaker, "Subversive Women", Swindon Festival of Literature, May 1995 "Parenting the Unthinkable: Hideous Progenies of Wollstonecraft, Godwin and Shelley", Women's Studies Group 1558-1837, University of London, 1995 "Bad Blood: Menstrual Taboo in Bram Stoker's Dracula", Sheffield Hallam University, June 1995 Lecture on Perspectives in the History of British Feminism and Controversies in the History of British Feminism, Her Write His Name, and Subversive Women, Christies, London, 1995 "In the Footsteps of Frankenstein", Trinity University College, Carmarthen, November 1993 "Frankenstein's Footsteps in Scandinavia: Mary Shelley's Feminist Legacy", Copenhagen University, Denmark, May 1993 "Visit to Oklahoma‟s Death Row", Lifelines Conference, George Cadbury Hall, Birmingham, UK, May 1992 "Mary Shelley and the Politics of Gender", Stockholm University, Sweden, September 1992 "Frankenstein in Sweden", Uppsala University, Sweden, September 1992 "The Arts of the Craft: The Cultural Legacy of Freemasonry", Freemasons Hall, Newport, South Wales, 1991 "The Mason's Apron: Genealogy and Gender", All Dressed Up, Nineth Biennial Conference, Society of Geneologists, New Horticultural Hall, London, November "Mary Shelley: Alchemy and Androgeny", Restoration to Reformation 1660-1832 British political, Literary, Intellectual and Social History, Seminar, All Souls, Oxford, February 199l "Women and Pope during the Eighteenth Century", Wroxton College of Fairleigh Dickinson University, September 1990 "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Monstrosity and Misogyny", University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA, August 1990 "Alchemy and Androgeny in Mary Shelley", University of Arizona, Tucson, USA, August 1990 "Science and Gender in Mary Shelley", University of New Mexico, Los Crucis, USA, August 1990 “Gender and Closed Societies”, May 1990, UWE "The Alchemy of Androgeny and the Politics of the Brotherhood of the Rosy Cross:

Mary Shelley and Bulwer-Lytton", Victorian Society Seminar, University of Indianapolis, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, April 1990 "Masons, Maids and Masculinity: Freemasonry in 18th Century Literature and Art", Second Jerard lecture, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA, April 1990 "Men Only: Female Freemasonry and Masonic Misogyny", Fordham University, New York, USA, April 1990 "The Cultural Heritage of Freemasonry", Hendre Lodge, Province of South Wales Eastern Division, Freemasons Hall, Cardiff, 25 January 1990 "Frankenstein: Movie Monstrosities", Dracula Society, London, October 1990 "The Neglected fiction of Mary Shelley", for the Women's Studies Group, 1558-1837, Senate House, University of London, London, July 1988 "Men and Women in the Nineteenth-Century Novel", Hartford University, Summer School, Bristol Polytechnic, Bristol, July 1989 "Augustan Underworlds", Temple University, Philadelphia, USA, September 1988 “The Influence of Freemasonry on Art and Literature”, Scottish Rite Masonic Museum of Our National Heritage, Lexington, USA, September 1988 "Public and Private Faces of two Eighteenth-Century poets", Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA, September 1988 "The Influence of Freemasonry on aspects of Eighteenth-Century Literature", Human Sciences Seminar, Bradford University, 1986 "Poets and Secret Societies", College of Adult Education, Manchester, 1986 “The Arts of Freemasonry: Hogarth, Smart and Burns”, Literature and Cultural Studies Seminar, University of Manchester, 1986 "Women and Writing", Wigan College of Technology, Wigan, 1986 "Eclecticism in Christopher Smart's Jubilate Agno", for Graduate Poetry Seminar, English Department, University of Manchester, 1980 "Masonic Influences on Early Eighteenth-Century English Literature", for Graduate Seminar, English Department, University of Manchester, 1979.

“Augustan Clubs and Secret Societies", for the Rotary Club, Mold, Clwyd, 1977 “Witchcraft” and “Serpent Mythology”, Young Farmer‟s Public Speaking Competitions, 1974


Conference co-organiser of UWE Gender Studies Research group conference, Reporting from the Front Line, UWE, Bristol, June 2011 Conference co-organiser of Celebrating Women‟s Writing, Lucy Cavendish College, June 2010 Member of the conference committee for International Conference on the History of Freemasonry, Edinburgh, 2007 Member of the conference committee of Bulwer 2000, University of London and Knebworth House, Herts, July 2000 Co-organiser of The Cabot Conference: Bristol and the Sea from The Matthew 1497 to the SS Great Britain 1843, SS Great Britain, Bristol, May 1997 Conference organiser for the Women‟s Studies Group 1558-1837 section of the Annual British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference at College Hall, University of London, 1987-1995 and St John‟s College, Oxford 1987-1997 Conference organiser for the Women‟s Studies section at the VIII International Congress of Enlightenment, Bristol, 1991 Conference organiser for “She-Devils, Saints and Signifiers: Demystifying the Female”, Senate House, University of London, 1990


Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Writing, Routledge, 3 issues a year, 2006Co-editor of Women's Writing, Triangle Journals, 3 issues a year, 1994-2005 Member of Editorial Advisory Committee for Dissections: The Journal of Contemporary Horror, 2007Member of Editorial Board International Gothic Series for Manchester University Press, 2009Member of Editorial Advisory Committee for Gothic Studies: Journal of the International Gothic Association, 1996Member of Editorial Advisory Committee for Cauda Pavonis: Studies in Hermeticism published by The Hermetic Text Society, 2004Member of Editorial Advisory Committee for Prison Writing, 1996-1999 Women Writers‟ editor for Censorship: An International Encyclopaedia, ed. Derek Jones, Fitzroy Dearborn, London, 2002.

“General Editor of For Her Own Good; A Series of Conduct Books, Thoemmes Press, Bristol, 1994General Editor of Subversive Women, Thoemmes Press, Bristol, 1994General Editor of Her Write His Name for Thoemmes Press, Bristol, 1994Co-edited with Janet Todd special issue, “Mary Shelley”, Women’s Writing, introduction by Marie Mulvey-Roberts, 6, no 3 (1999) Co-edited with Janet Todd special issue, “Mary Wollstonecraft: A Bicentennial”, Women’s Writing, 3, no 2 (1997) Overseas advisor and reviews editor for Cauda Pavonis: Studies in Hermeticism published by The Hermetic Text Society, 1989-2004 Guest editor for Cauda Pavonis: Studies in Hermeticism, Spring, 8, no 1, 1989 Editor of special issue, Cauda Pavonis: Studies in Hermeticism,"The Golden Dawn for Women," 9, no 1, Spring 1990 Editor of Explorations in Medicine: An International Journal in the Philosophy of Medicine, Gower, London, 1984-86


“Hogarth on the Square: Framing the Freemasons” Journal for the British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, vol 26, no 2 (April 2003), 218-251 “Fame, Notoriety and Madness: Edward Bulwer Lytton Paying the Price of Greatness”, Critical Survey, vol 13, no 2 (2001), 115-134 "Interviewing the Author of Interview with the Vampire", Gothic Studies, vol 1, no 2 (December 1999), 169-181 “Mothering the Unthinkable: The Hideous Progeny of inter-textuality in Mary Shelley‟s Frankenstein," Transactions of the IX International Congress on the Enlightenment, III, Voltaire Foundation, Alden Press, Oxford, 1996, 1459-62 "Who Wears the Apron? Female Freemasonry and Masonic Misogyny," Transactions of the VIII International Congress on the Enlightenment, II, Voltaire Foundation, Alden Press, Oxford, 1992, 812-16 "Science and Irrationality in William Godwin's St Leon," Transactions of the VII International Congress on the Enlightenment, Voltaire Foundation, Alden Press, Oxford, 1989, 1196-9 "The English Rosicrucian Novel," Cauda Pavonis, 8, no. 1 Spring 1989, 7-10 "Rosicrucianism or Cross-Rosism in Hegel's Phenomenology", History of European Ideas, 6, no. 1 (1985), 99-100 “Rosicrucianism or Cross-rosism”, The Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, 7 (Spring/Summer 1983), 53-4 "The Flying Island and the Invisible College in Book Three of Gulliver's Travels," Notes and Queries, 31, no 3 (September, 1984), 391-3 "The Flying Island and the Invisible College," Ideas and Productions, 2, Spring, 1984, 28-31


“The Death and After-Life of St Matthias”, Anthology of Creative Writing (University of the West of England, Bristol, 2003) “Tribute to Tracy Hansen” The Wing of Friendship: LifeLines Quarterly Newsletter, (Autumn, 2002), p. 4.

“Knebworth Private Theatricals, 1850-2000”, for The Dickensian, 97, no1 (Spring 2001), 90-91 "Rosina Bulwer Lytton: A Blighted Life", Udolpho, May, 1995, 11-13 "Frankenstein Goes to Hollywood" for The Goth, 11 (January 1993), 3-6.

"The Vampire Plague," The Blood is the Life, V (1990), 6-9 "The Dracula Weekend" in The Vampire Magazine, 1990, 5-8 "Ghosts of the Cob - Lyme Regis" and "Moscow Metro," Silyn, 1984 "Treweryn: The Drowning of a Welsh Valley", Poetry Magazine (Philosophy Department, University of Manchester), 1984 "Druidic Links in the Celtic Revival", The Ranter, 1 (Spring, 1983), 17-18


British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies; British Association for Romantic Studies; Critical Quarterly; Explorations in Knowledge; Explorations in Medicine;

Gothic Studies: An Interdisciplinary journal; History of European Ideas; Journal of Prison Writing; The Journal of the Vampyre Society; Literary Review; Manchester Medical Gazette; Philological Quarterly; Poetry Nation Review; Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net; Sage Race Relations Abstract; Speech and Drama; Studies in Scottish Literature; Times Higher Education Supplement; Udolpho; Wavelength;

The Wing of Friendship; Women's History Review; Women's Writing Literature and Language Derek Hughes, Culture and Sacrifice: Ritual Death in Literature and Opera (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007) for Gothic Studies Franz J. Potter, The History of Gothic Publishing 1800-1835: Exhuming the Trade Palgrave (Macmillan, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005) for Gothic Studies, 11, no 2 (November 2009), 94-95 Wil Verhoeven, Gilbert Imlay: Citizen of the World (London: Pickering and Chatto,

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