“Worlds Enough: Ontological Possibility in Nineteenth-Century Fiction”
Friday, March 1, 2013, 4:30 p.m.
Koller Collins Library, Rush Rhees Library
Please join us a for a talk by Elaine Freedgood: “Worlds Enough: Ontological Possibility in Nineteenth-Century Fiction.” This talk features excerpts from Freedgood’s current book project on fictionality and reference and will discuss ghost fiction and novels on the Indian Mutiny. Freedgood is currently a professor of English at New York University, where she specializes in Victorian literature and culture. Freedgood is the author of The Ideas in Things: Fugitive Meaning in the Victorian Novel and Victorian Writing about Risk: Imagining a Safe England in a Dangerous World, as well as the editor of Factory Production in Nineteenth-Century Britain.
This talk is sponsored by the Central New York Humanities Corridor.