- With day one behind them, and a full schedule ahead, BAVS 2016 delegates prepared themselves for a jam-packed day two.
- — Karin Koehler (@Karin_Penguin)Thu, Sep 01 2016 06:24:30Today's officially my first day at Bangor. Let's hope I don't embarrass myself with my #BAVS2016 paper...
- — Richard Leahy (@RichardLeahyLit)Thu, Sep 01 2016 06:55:26Successful first day at #BAVS2016 yesterday. Delivered my paper and had my eyes opened to Scottish temperance poetry. Day 2 commence!
- — Cardiff Digi Network (@CUdigitalnet)Thu, Sep 01 2016 07:00:58
- Some weren't quite as ready for the day as others, whether it was because they were awakened early by the local wildlife...
- ...or because of all the fabulous book stalls available to visit.
- Day two got rolling with an opening keynote by Christina Bashford.
- — Holly Eckersley (@HEckersley)Thu, Sep 01 2016 07:53:56Best thing about conferences: learning new things out of your immediate specialism- today violin craze and the Vic imagination @BAVS2016
- The keynote prompted some delegates to reflect on the experience of their own childhood violin lessons.
- — Barbara Franchi (@barbara_franchi)Thu, Sep 01 2016 08:14:17'Victorian music studies is the new mainstream.' Rachel Cowgill introducing Christina Bashford #BAVS2016
- — Catherine Paula Han (@CatherellaH)Thu, Sep 01 2016 08:04:18Hope today's keynote on the Victorian violin craze won't make me relive the traumatic period in which I took lessons aged 8. #BAVS2016
- — The Twinkling Sheep (@twinkling_sheep)Thu, Sep 01 2016 08:05:10@CatherellaH Having flashbacks to when my sister took lessons and my parents made her quit because "the dog couldn't take it" :|
- — Catherine Paula Han (@CatherellaH)Thu, Sep 01 2016 08:08:06
- Bashford reflected on her own experiences as well.
BAVS 2016 – Day Two (1 September, 2016)
Tweets from 'Consuming (the) Victorians' at Cardiff University, 31 August to 2 September
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