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A One-day Interdisciplinary Conference on Infant Death from the eighteenth to the twenty-first centuries

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The program includes papers dealing with infant death from medical and literary perspective, as well as papers on art history. Topics include: sudden-infant death syndrome (Cot-death) and child protection issues, perinatal mortality. Victorian funereal photography, 19th Century Infanticide, Infant Death and the Romantics, Victorian Fairytales and eighteenth-century elegy. Chair: Professor Janet Todd, President of Lucy Cavendish College

This talk is part of the Infant Sorrow series.

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