Symposium: Edward Lear in the Round Now Online (timing)

If, like me, you only managed to see part of the symposium on Edward Lear in the Round and are a bit overwhelmed by its six and a half hours,maybe you will find my timing breakup of the schedule useful.

Welcome: Jonathan Watkins and Linzi Stauvers                          00:4:06
Matthew Bevis – Edward Lear’s Moment                                       00:08-15

Session 1
Chair: Jonathan Watkins                                                                    00:45:52
Jenny Uglow – The Edge of the Sand: Liminal Lear                     00:49:34
Kate Nichols – Lear Ruins                                                                  01:09:22
Jasmine Jagger – Moving Lines: Lear’s Tennysoniana                01:43:20
Audience Q&A 02:11:08

Lunch (nothing happens here)                                                            02:31:15-03:31:15

Session 2
Chair: Linzi Stauvers                                                                             03:31:44
Cassie Westwood – How Not to Know Mr Lear                              03:32:45
Noreen Masud – Lear’s Distracted Landscapes                              04:00:50

Break (nothing happens here)                                                             04:29:04-04:47:37

Session 3
Chair: Matthew Bevis                                                                            04:47:38
Sara Lodge – Edward Lear and Animation                                      04:48:50
James Williams – Edward Lear in the Mountains                         05:24:12
Audience Q&A                                                                                        05:56:10

Closing session: Matthew Bevis and Jonathan Watkins               06:18:40

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