Special Events

Featured Roundtable

"What is Visonary about Romanticism?
Looking Back, Looking Forward"

Alan Bewell
Mark Canuel
Siobhan Carroll
Jeffrey N. Cox
Elizabeth Effinger
Nikki Hessell
Nancy Yousef

Featured Exhibition

"Jane the Obscure: Hardworking Reprints of Austen’s Novels "

A Visual Display of a Selection of Cover Illustrations from Jane Austen's Novels,
Curated by Jeanine Barchas

Other Activities & Events

Pre-Conference Seminar

"Editing Scottish Romanticism" (Wednesday, August 5, 2020)
Pre-Conference Organizer: Angela Esterhammer
**Open to Conference Registrants Pending Availability

Opening Reception in the Terrace Room at the Gardiner Museum

Special Evening Music Performance: "The Romantic Soundscape" by Confluence

NASSR Performs! - Reciting / Performing Romantic Poetry

Demonstration of 18th-Century Acting by the Dutch Historical Acting Collective

A Celebration of First Books!
  • If you have published your first monograph on a later eighteenth- to early nineteenth-century topic within the past couple of years, you are warmly invited to be a part of this celebration. Please contact the event organizer, Andrea Charise at andrea.charise@utoronto.ca
Graduate Student Pub Night

Special Collections Book Exhibit - E.J. Pratt Library, Victoria University

Bata Shoe Museum - Expedition and Exhibit

The Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books, Toronto Public Library - Expedition and Exhibit

Gardiner Museum - *Free* Admission (111 Queen's Park, Toronto | Adjacent to Victoria University)
  • "The Gardiner Museum is among the few museums in the world focused on ceramics."
    Show your NASSR 2020 badge when entering the museum for free admission.
Royal Ontario Museum - 15% Off Admission (100 Queen's Park, Toronto | Across from Victoria University)
  • "Canada’s largest museum of art, culture and nature takes you on an epic journey from 4.5 billion years ago to today." For 15% off admission, either buy your tickets online at rom.on.ca and enter promo code "NASSR2020" -or- show your NASSR 2020 badge when entering the museum.