A.-C. Michoux

Research and Publications

Book review: Olivia Murphy, Jane Austen the Reader: The Artist as Critic (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), BARS Bulletin and Review (July 2014)

Review: ‘Georgian Theatre and the Novel, 1714-1830’, Online review for BSECS online reviews, published 4th November 2013

Conferences and Seminars

September 2014 – ‘How to Build a Girl in the Late Eighteenth Century: Self-Fashioning and Theatricality in the Lives of Lady Craven and Frances Burney’
Women’s Studies Group, 1558-1837, Senate House, London

June 2014 – ‘She suffered to see inserted, “Lady Townly by Miss Ellis”’ (The Wanderer): The Perils of the Stage for Amateur Actresses’
Research in Amateur and Performance and Private Theatricals Inaugural Conference, Royal Holloway, London

June 2013 – ‘“She really looked almost wild”: Is Elizabeth Bennet Jane Austen’s Wild English Girl?’
‘Celebrating 200 Years of Pride and Prejudice’, conference, Lucy Cavendish, University of Cambridge

May 2013 – ‘“Wild to buy all” – Jane Austen’s Wild English Girls and Regency Society’ Romantic Realignments Seminar, University of Oxford

February 2013 – ‘“She does not shine in the tender feelings”: Eighteenth-Century Acting Theory and Visual Culture’
Long Eighteenth Century Research in Progress seminar, University of Oxford

September 2011 – ‘The Pursuit of Love in the Early Novels of Jane Austen and Nancy Mitford’
200 Years of Sense and Sensibility’, Jane Austen conference, University of St Andrews