The Lady with the Balloon Hat

The Lady with the Balloon Hat

Vagaries and Fancies around "Opening Romanticism: Reimagining Romantic Drama for New Audiences" (Grant agreement ID: 892230)

Category: Frances Burney family

Putting to good use some of the Digital Skills Courses I took to reach out to the public. A little video to promote my new book on Frances Burney and the Arts. Enjoy! by Fran Saggini is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0. Based on a work at https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/fsaggini/?p=174.

As I was carrying out research about the discourses of authorship in Frances Burney in the 1770s and 1780s, I came across this article by Peter Sabor https://voltairefoundation.wordpress.com/tag/eighteenth-century-music/ Intriguingly, Sabor mentions a correspondence between Dr Burney and a Frenchman, the philosopher and politician Jacques Pierre Brissot, who made enquiries about reproducing a portrait of Frances […]

  Today I spent a great few hours learning how to write and edit a Wikipedia entry. @Wikipedia entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frances_Burney. My entry of choice was, predictably, Frances Burney. Wikipedia is the first port of call for anybody interested in a quick look at a topic or person. Therefore, I think that working on an author’s […]

Death of a Parent by Fran Saggini is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0. Based on a work at https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/fsaggini/?p=114. Portrait of Dr Burney http://hoocher.com/Joshua_Reynolds/Joshua_Reynolds.htm Public domain   As I continue my work around the ill and wounded body in Frances Burney, I have been thinking about how she (re)presents the death […]

XI CUSVE Conference Programme 27-28 October 2021LOCANDINA-CUSVE-2021“He-Wounds and She-Wounds: A Monologue” by Fran Saggini is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution CC BY 3.0. Based on a work at https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/fsaggini/?p=95. The ill & wounded #body at the centre of my talk @ THE LANGUAGE OF SCIENCE IN THE LONG NINETEENTH CENTURY https://www.dilass.unich.it/eventi-cusve I shall be […]

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