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9 March 2022 - 9 March 2022

2:00PM - 3:00PM

Hybrid event

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By Prof. Tonya Moutray (Russell Sage College, USA, and Durham Residential Research Library Fellow)

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This event forms part of the ISHWRA seminar series. ISHWRA is an international network of scholars founded in 2021 to promote and facilitate enquiry into the history of Catholic female religious life through a global lens.

Tonya J. Moutray is a Professor of English at Russell Sage College in Troy, NY where she co-directs the honors program and teaches courses in nursing and literature, children's literature, Austen and the Brontes, and eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Irish and British literature. Her monograph, Refugee Nuns: The French Revolution and British Literature and Culture was published in 2016 by Routledge Press. She is currently a Visiting Fellow at Durham Residential Research Library.

This is a hybrid event, taking place online and in Seminar Room B, Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham.

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Where and when

Online and in Seminar Room B, Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham