Video of “Alice in Cableland” Seminar

A video of the “Alice in Cableland” seminar is now available for anyone who was unable to attend. The team running the AHRC-funded project “Scrambled Messages: The Telegraphic Imaginary 1857-1900” discusses the issues involved in coding, cabling and communications technologies through the medium of John Tenniel’s illustrations of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.

The panel features Anne Chapman (PhD Candidate, KCL), Caroline Arscott (Professor of Art History, The Courtauld Institute of Art), Clare Pettitt (Professor of Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, KCL), Natalie Hume (PhD Candidate, The Courtauld Institute of Art), and Cassie Newland (Postdoctoral Researcher, KCL).

You can find the video here or on YouTube.

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