We are having our conference dinner on 2nd July at 7pm at the restaurant Bistrok in the center of Toulon. The restaurant is located at 19 Rue Picot and serves French cuisine with a modern Asian twist. It caters for vegetarians and meat/fish eaters. Please […]
Are you thinking of presenting at our next Elizabeth von Arnim conference? We have extended the deadline for abstracts to 23 April 2019.
Our conference will be held during the French holiday season, so it’s a good idea to book early. We have been able to secure the following accommodation at special rates. Conference delegates can book a twin room at the Kyriad Toulon, La Garde , close […]
The Australian writer Gabrielle Carey has been shortlisted for the 2019 Hazel Rowley Fellowship for a new book on Elizabeth von Arnim. The fellowship is worth 15000AUD and is awarded in support of biographical writing. The working title of Gabrielle Carey’s book is Only Happiness […]
We now have a conference poster! With special thanks to the very talented to Joe Shaughnessy.
The University of Toulon holds a seizable collection of Elizabeth von Arnim’s private library, which is accessible through their library catalogue. Many of the books have von Arnim’s ex libris “Chanterai ma Chanson”, and many are annotated. The university offers a very useful PDF of […]
It is a fact universally acknowledged that Elizabeth von Arnim was a bestselling author. Her first book, Elizabeth and Her German Garden, was reprinted eleven times in the first three months after its publication in September 1898. By May the following year, it was available […]
In preparation of the conference and to facilitate the submission of many splendid abstracts, we have updated our resource section on scholarship. We now have an updated bibliography, links the to collection of von Arnim’s library at the University Library of Toulon and a list […]
International Conference, University of Toulon, 2 July 2019 Keynote Speaker: Dr Kate Macdonald, Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Bedfordshire and Director of Handheld Press Mary Annette Beauchamp, Mary Arnim, Elizabeth, Countess Russell – during her life time Elizabeth von Arnim was known […]
Eleonara Beltrani, a von Arnim reader from Tuscany, has recently visited Castello Brown, the location that inspired The Enchanted April, and is kindly sharing her impressions and photos from the trip with us: A VISIT TO CASTELLO BROWN “It was the last week of September […]