NYCTC9 at Cambridge, July 2022

NYCTC9, 8-10 July, 2022
All sessions Fisher Building, St. John’s College, unless otherwise indicated. Meetings in Castlereagh Room, refreshments in Fisher Building Lobby.

Thursday 7 July, 2022
arrivals – dinner on own

Friday 8 July, 2022
9.15-11: Introductions and session on the job interview – presentation by James Stafford and mock interview of Max Long by Mike Joseph and Helen McCarthy
11-11.30: Coffee
11.30-12.45: 1st work in progress: Hannah Blythe; comment, Lynton Lees; chair, Guy Ortolano
12.45-1.45: Lunch
2.15-4.15: Churchill Archives Centre – meet at Churchill College Porter’s Lodge Tours, presentations by Cherish Watton and Grace Whorrall-Campbell, exhibition, tea and discussion
4.45-6: 2nd work in progress: Julia Burke; comment, Harry Parker; chair, Peter Mandler
7: Small group dinners

Saturday 9 July, 2022
9.30-10.45: 3rd work in progress: Sam Coggeshall; comment, Harry Mace; chair, James Stafford
11-12.30: ‘Writing Biography as History’, with Deborah Cohen (Northwestern), Stefan Collini (Cambridge), Julia Laite (Birkbeck), chaired by Susan Pedersen, Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College
1-2: Lunch
2-3.15: 4th work in progress: Rebecca Goldsmith; comment, Alex Langstaff; chair, Helen McCarthy
3.15-5.30: Break – you may wish to take in ‘Darwin in Conversation: The endlessly curious life and letters of Charles Darwin’, a small exhibition at the University Library, free entry (open to 4.30)
5.30-6.30: Tour of Women’s Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, led by Sarah Greaves; meet at Murray Edwards College Porter’s Lodge
6.45-7.30: Pre-dinner drinks (Fellows’ Dining Room, Murray Edwards College), joined by Eugenio Biagini, Stefan Collini, David Cowan, Niamh Gallagher, Caitlin Harvey and Peter Sloman
7.30: Dinner (Fellows’ Dining Room) – dress smart casual

Sunday 10 July, 2022
9.45-11: 5th work in progress: Grace Whorrall-Campbell; comment, Roslyn Dubler; chair, Susan Pedersen
11-12: Coffee, and forward planning