PCCBS Annual Conference, UC Riverside, March 24-26, 2023

We are excited to share details about our upcoming meeting in Riverside at the end of March, our first in-person conference since 2019.  We hope to see many of our members there. Please fill out the registration form below by March 1, 2023.  Our conference is hosted by UCR at their Culver Center of the Arts in downtown Riverside.

PROGRAM AND PANEL INFORMATION: Presenters, please make note of your program chair and be sure to send a copy of your paper and brief bio or resume by March 10 to give them a chance to prepare brief comments.  If you are on a three-person panel, papers should be no more than 25 minutes in length with up to 5-minute comments from chairs.  If you are on a four-person panel, then please keep your papers to 20 minutes and comments should be around 3 minutes.

AV Needs: All rooms will have projectors and screens, but please arrange with your panel to have at least one laptop per session and HDMI converters.  We will circulate email information to each panel chair/commenter to help facilitate these arrangements.

BRITISH EMPIRE STUDIES IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES GRADUATE STUDENTS AND EMERGING SCHOLARS WORKSHOP INFORMATION.  This session (5C) is a seminar/workshop format in which participants will pre-circulate an article/chapter length piece of work-in-progress to receive detailed feedback from the commenters and audience.  There is still space for others on the program to participate, so please contact Erika Rappaport if you wish to do so.  To attend this session as an audience member, please register for it on our registration form to receive the papers ahead of time.  Further information will be sent to participants separately.  All work should be sent to Erika Rappaport by March 6th.  Don’t worry this work does not have to be polished and complete.

HOTEL INFORMATION:  We have booked a block of rooms at the historic Mission Inn for $199.00 a night.  Taxes and Parking are not included.

Please call the Hotel’s Room Reservations Department at 800-843-7755 or 951-784-0300, extension 850. Attendees must reference the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies when making their reservation(s).

Please make your reservation by Wednesday, February 22, 2023, to secure this rate.

TRAVEL INFORMATION: Further travel information will be posted on the website, but please note that Riverside is accessible to several airports:  Ontario is 20 minutes away, Palm Springs and John Wayne (Orange County) are 1 hour away; LAX, Long Beach, San Diego, and Burbank are about 90 minutes.  If you are driving, please see city parking page: https://www.parkriversideca.com/off-street-parking/. This is the map of garages: https://live-parkriversideca.pantheonsite.io/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Downtown-Parking-Map-Rev.10012018.pdf.  Nearly all of the downtown lots and garages are very near the Culver Arts Center.

Please see directions to the Mission Inn for driving directions.  UCR also has an excellent visitors page, which describes nearby sightseeing, including a self-guided walking tour of historic downtown Riverside.

COVID POLICY:  This may change given current circumstances, but for the moment we strongly encourage all attendees to be sure they are fully vaccinated, take a Covid test within 48 hours of attending the conference, and wear a mask in all inside-close settings.

Land acknowledgement: We would like to respectfully acknowledge and recognize our responsibility to the original and current caretakers of this land, water, and air: the Cahuilla [ka-weeahh], Tongva [tong-va], Luiseño [loo-say-ngo], and Serrano [se-ran-oh] peoples and all of their ancestors and descendants, past, present, and future. Our meeting place is home to many Indigenous peoples from all over the world, including UCR faculty, students, and staff, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to live and work on these homelands.

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To Register, please fill out the Registration Form by March 1

Click Here to Fill out the Registration Form: https://forms.gle/8dP3x9aNtTwrAKi17

REGISTRATION (includes all costs except Saturday lunch):

Full Time Faculty: $170
Graduate Students and Contingent Scholar: $40*

Saturday Luncheon:

Full Time Faculty: $35
Graduate Students and Contingent Scholar: $25

*Graduate students travelling more than 100 miles to the conference who wish to be considered for Sidney Stern Memorial Trusts Funds should email Lisa Cody at lisa.cody@claremontmckenna.edu. Funds are distributed after the conference.

 MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION:

If you have not done so already, please be sure to renew your PCCBS membership. Membership dues support the activities of the organization, in particular its annual meeting. Full membership (professional historians and independent scholars) is $30 annually. Graduate student membership is $15 annually. As a reminder, your membership must be current to be eligible for all PCCBS Grants and Prizes.

PCCBS David Lieberman Presidential Doctoral Student Fellowship.  PCCBS has established a doctoral fellowship for ABD students in honor and memory of David Liberman, former President of the PCCBS and a dear friend, colleague, and mentor for several decades. If you would like to donate, please do so by separate payment via one of the methods described below.

Registration, Membership dues and contributions to the David Lieberman Fund may be made in the following manners (please specify is you contribution is to the Lieberman fund), but we prefer E-methods to checks:

  1. Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pacificcoastcbs
  2. Zelle: Transfer to lisaformancody@gmail.com. The receipt will read “Pacific Coast Conference”
  3. Mail your check to PCCBS at:

224 Oaklawn Avenue
South Pasadena, CA 91030

Please make checks payable to “PCCBS”

The PCCBS is a 501(c)(3) organization, so all donations to the Lieberman fund are tax-deductible. You will receive a charitable donation acknowledgement under separate cover from PCCBS for your donation.

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Charivari – PCCBS Newsletter 2023

Please see the link below for a copy of PCCBS’s 2023 newsletter:

PCCBS Newsletter 2023

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PCCBS Call for Prizes

The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies announces the following prizes:

PCCBS David Lieberman Presidential Doctoral Student Fellowship

The PCCBS has established a doctoral fellowship for ABD students in honor and memory of David Liberman, former President of the PCCBS and a dear friend, colleague, and mentor for several decades. David was a renowned scholar of eighteenth-century law and society at UC Berkeley School of Law, as well as a specialist in the works and ideas of Jeremy Bentham.

The fellowship is intended to provide one-time financial support to students who have reached the ABD stage in their graduate programs and who demonstrate both merit and need. The funds are designed to help support an outstanding doctoral student with living and/or research expenses in the coming year. It is open to students working in British Studies defined broadly, who are enrolled in doctoral programs in the Pacific Coast region, and who are members of PCCBS at the time of application.

Applications should include a c.v., a two-page description of the doctoral project, and plans for the next year (April 1, 2023-March 31, 2024). The description should focus on the applicant’s scholarly interests, dissertation project, and budget, which may include living as well as travel and/or other research-related expenses.

In addition, two confidential letters of support, including one from the applicant’s primary adviser, should be submitted under separate cover to Lisa Cody, PCCBS Treasurer, by February 1, 2023. The letter should describe the applicant’s academic and intellectual qualities and specific financial needs.

The winner(s) will be announced at the annual meeting of the PCCBS during the spring conference. The recipient does not need to be present for their announcement, but they will be expected to participate at the following year’s panel for PCCBS award winners to discuss their dissertation project. That participation can be by Zoom if necessary.

The complete application is due to the Treasurer of the PCCBs by February 1, 2023, and may be submitted through the society’s email: pccbsnews@gmail.com

PCCBS Book Prize

The prize for the best book published in 2022 by a member of the PCCBS will be awarded at the spring 2023 meeting in Riverside. The Book Prize submission deadline is January 25, 2023. Copies of the book, in hard copy or PDF, should be sent to all three committee members:

James Vernon, Chair (UC Berkeley) jvernon@berkeley.edu
Department of History
3229 Dwinelle Hall
UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720

Alister Chapman (Westmont College) chapman@westmont.edu
History Department
Westmont College
955 La Paz Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93108

Lori Anne Ferrell (Claremont Graduate University) lori.ferrell@cgu.edu
1265 N. Indian Hill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711

PCCBS Annual Article Prize

The prize for the best article published by a member of PCCBS in 2022 will be awarded at the Spring 2023 meeting in Riverside. The Article Prize submission deadline is January 25, 2023. Copies of the article should be sent to all three committee members:

Kathleen Noonan, Chair (Sonoma State University): noonan@sonoma.edu
Peter Hoffenberg (University of Hawai’i, Manoa): peterh@hawaii.edu
Andrea McKenzie (University of Victoria): mckenzie@uvic.ca

PCCBS Graduate Student Prize

The PCCBS invites entries from PhD students for the annual graduate student prize. The student and the advisor, or instructor, must be current members of PCCBS. The submitted entry will have been presented at the PCCBS meeting in March 2023, or, in the case of a graduate student studying at a university within the PCCBS region, at any other conference during 2022, if the paper concerns a topic within the scope of British Studies. The submission should be the paper as delivered with the addition of necessary notes and citations, the total not to exceed 18 pages double-spaced. The Graduate Student Prize submission deadline is April 1, 2023. Electronic copies of papers not already submitted should be sent to all three members of the committee, along with a cover letter from the instructor or advisor:

Priya Satia, Chair (Stanford University): psatia@stanford.edu
Jarrett Henderson (UC Santa Barbara): jhenderson@history.ucsb.edu
Muriel McClendon (UC Los Angeles): mcclendo@history.ucla.edu

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NACBS Mentoring Program

PCCBS encourages members to participate in NACBS’s new mentoring program that pairs advanced graduate students and early-career scholars with established scholars.

Mentorship may take a range of forms, but it is primarily intended as a means to offer concrete advice regarding the academic and professional job markets, developing and sustaining research agendas, publication strategies, finding and sustaining networks of support, juggling professional commitments, and other career-related issues.

This program is open to all scholars of British Studies wherever they may reside. Mentors should retain active membership status within NACBS throughout their participation in the program; however, mentees are encouraged but not required to join the NACBS.

For more information, and to apply, please see: http://nacbs.org/blog/announcement-of-nacbs-mentoring-program/

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Article Prize Winners

2021:
Winner: Samuel Fullerton, “Fatal Adulteries: Sexual Politics in the English Revolution,” The Journal of British Studies 60, no. 4 (October 2021): 793-821
2021 PCCBS Article Prize Description

2020:
Winner: Jennifer Binczewski, “Power in Vulnerability: Widows and Priest Holes in the Early Modern English Catholic Community,” British Catholic History 35, no. 1 (May 2020): 1-24.
2020 PCCBS Article Prize Description

2019:
Winner: Michelle Tusan, “Genocide, Famine and Refugees on Film: Humanitarianism and the First World War” in Past & Present, 237 (November 2017) 197–235.
2019 Article Prize Description

2017:
Winner: Steve Hindle, “Representing Rural Society: Labor, Leisure and the Landscape in an Eighteenth-Century Conversation Piece,” Critical Inquiry 41, no. 3 (Spring 2015): 615-54.
Honorable Mention: Pryia Satia, “Byron, Gandhi and the Thompsons: The Making of British Social History and the Unmaking of Indian History,” History Workshop Journal 81 (Spring 2016): 135-170.
2017 Article Prize Description

2015:
Winner: Rebecca Lemon (USC), “Compulsory Conviviality in Early Modern England,” English Literary Renaissance 43, no. 3 (September 2013): 381- 414
2015 Article Prize description
Honorable Mention: Radhika Natarajan (Reed College), “Performing Multiculturalism: The Commonwealth Arts Festival of 1965,” Journal of British Studies 53, no. 3 (July 2014): 705-733

2013:
Winner: David Cressy, “Saltpetre, State Security and Vexation in Early Modern England,” Past & Present 212 (August 2011): 73-211
2013 Article Prize Description

2011:
Winner: Simon Devereaux, “Recasting the Theatre of Execution: The Abolition of the Tyburn Ritual,” Past and Present 202, no. 1 (2009).
2011 Article Prize

2009:
Winner: Amy Woodson-Boulton, “‘Industry without Art is Brutality’: Aesthetic Ideology and Social Practice in Victorian Art Museums” Journal of British Studies 46, no. 1 (2007)
Honorable mention: Molly McClain, “Love, Friendship and Power: Queen Mary II’s Letters to Frances Apsley” Journal of British Studies 47, no. 3 (2008)
2009 Article Prize description

2007:
Priya Satia, “The Defense of Inhumanity: Air Control and the British Idea of Arabia” 111, no. 1 (2006)
2007 Article Prize description

2005:
Erika Rappaport, “‘The Bombay Debt’: Letter Writing, Domestic Economies and Family Conflict in Colonial India” Gender & History 16, no. 2 (2004).
2005 Article Prize description

2003:
Lori Anne Ferrell, “The Sacred, the Profane, and the Union: Politics of Sermon and Masque at the Court Wedding of Lord and Lady Hay” in Politics, Religion and Popularity: Essays in Honour of Conrad Russell, ed. T. Cogswell, R. Cust and P. Lake (Cambridge UP 2002)
2003 Article Prize description

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Graduate Prize Winners

2020-21: Claire Wrigley (University of California, Berkeley), “‘To Sweep Away and Raise Up’: Slum Clearances, Public Housing, and State Surveillance in Britain, 1919-1930.” Advisor: Prof. James Vernon. History Department, University of California, Berkeley.
Brendan Mackie (University of California, Berkeley), “Ringing The Changes: Clubs, Conspicuous Complexity, and the Middle-Class Public in 18th-Century England.” Advisor: Prof. Thomas Laqueur, History Department, University of California, Berkeley.

2019: Ken Corbett (University of British Columbia). “Redeeming the Time: Punctuality, Credit, & the Middling Sort”
2019 Graduate Student Prize Description

2018: Murphy Temple (Stanford), “Spiritualism, the Body, and ‘Good Death’ in the First World War”
Honorable Mention
Elizabeth Schmidt (UC Santa Barbara), “Culinary Commonplacing: An Examination of Borders in 18th- and 19th-Century Personal Recipe Collections.”
2018 Graduate Prize descriptions

2017: Jon Connolly (Stanford University), “Indentured Free Labor: Legal Ideology in the Era of Emancipation”
2017 Graduate Prize description

2016: Sofia Cepeda (University of Arizona), “She Has Got a Husband at Sea: Seamen, Women, and the State, 1792-1815”
2016 Graduate Prize description

2015: Catherine L. Chou (Stanford), “Henry Howard and the Popish Parliament”
2015 Graduate Prize description

2014: Karin Amundsen (USC), “‘Upon Uncertain Hope of Gain’: Alchemy and Empire in Tudor England” 2014 Graduate Prize description

2014 (Honorable Mention): Jamie Stoops (University of Arizona), “‘Pestilent Publications’: Pornography and Class Relations in Victorian England” 2014 Graduate Prize Honorable Mention

2013: Aidan Forth (Stanford), “Repression and Relief: Civilian ‘Concentration Camps’ in the British Empire, 1871-1903”
2013 Graduate Prize description

2012: Lauren Horn Griffin (UC Santa Barbara), “St. Winefride’s Well Revisited: Confessional Identity & Devotional Practice in Stuart England”
2012 Graduate Prize Description

2011: Justin Reed (UC Riverside), “Dutch Propaganda and the Repeal of the Test Acts”
2011 Graduate Prize description

2010: Caroline Shaw (UC Berkeley), “A Sacred Right of Refuge? The Tension Between the Universal and the Particular in the British Application of the Refugee Category, 1880-1905”

2009: Noah Millstone (Stanford), “Evil Counsel: The ‘Propositions to Bridle the Impertinency of Parliament’ and the Crisis of 1629”
2009 Graduate Prize description

2008: Rebecca Hughes (University of Washington), “‘Changing Africa’: Representations of Africans in British Missionary Propaganda, 1919-1939.”
2008 Graduate Prize description

2007: Jeff Hoppes (UC Berkeley), “The Formation of the New Model Army Dragoon Regiment”
2007 Graduate Prize description

2005: Tillman Nechtman (University of Southern California), “‘These Fungus’s of Asia’: Nabobs, Metropolitan Fears, and the Indian Empire”
2005 Graduate Prize description

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Book Prize Winners

2020-21:
Winner: Priya Satia, Time’s Monster: How History Makes History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2020)
2020-21 PCCBS Book Prize Description

Honorable Mention: Susan M. Cogan, Catholic Social Networks in Early Modern England: Kinship, Gender, and Coexistence (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2021)
2020-21 PCCBS Book Prize Honorable Mention Description

2019:
David Como, Radical Parliamentarians and the English Civil War (Oxford University Press, 2018)
Priya Satsa, Empire of Guns: The Violent Making of the Industrial Revolution (Penguin, 2018)
2019 Book Prize Description

2018:
Erika Rappaport, A Thirst for Empire: How Tea Shaped the Modern World (Princeton, 2017)
Honorable mention: Susan D. Amussen & David E. Underdown, Gender, Culture and Politics in England, 1560-1640: Turning the World Upside Down (Bloomsbury, 2017)
2018 Book Prize Description

2016:
Alastair Bellany and Thomas Cogswell, The Murder of King James I (Yale University Press, 2015)
Marc Matera, Black London: The Imperial Metropolis and Decolonization in the Twentieth Century (University of California Press, 2015)
2016 Book Prize Description

2014:
Jordanna Bailkin, The Afterlife of Empire (UC Press, 2012)
2014 Book Prize Description
Honorary mention: Michele Tusan, Smyrna’s Ashes: Humanitarianism, Genocide, and the Birth of the Middle East (UC Press, 2012)

2012:
Reba Soffer, History, Historians, and Conservatism (Oxford, 2010)
2012 Book prize description

2010:
Priya Satia, Spies in Arabia: The Great War and the Cultural Foundations of Britain’s Covert Empire in the Middle East (Oxford, 2008)
2010 Book Prize description

2008:
Deborah Harkness, The Jewel House: Elizabethan London and the Scientific Revolution (Yale, 2008)
James Vernon, Hunger: A Modern History (Belknap Press, 2007)
2008 Book Prize descriptions

2006:
Victoria Kahn, Wayward Contracts: The Crisis of Political Obligation in England, 1640-1674 (Princeton, 2004)
2006 Book Prize description

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Regular Backups

WordPress, like most CMS tools, has two sets of data that it uses to create the PCCBS web site. The first are the programming files that the WordPress team has created. WordPress uses PHP as its programming language, so all of these files are PHP files.

You don’t need to worry about the PHP files that came with WordPress. You can always restore them from the WordPress web site.

The PHP files that are installed in your plug-ins directory should be backed up by your system administrator whenever a new plug-in is installed. In this way, the system administrator can easily restore the custom plug-ins that the PCCBS site uses. The plug-ins can be backed up by connecting to the server (such as with Apple Personal Filesharing) and dragging the wp-content folder to your local hard drive. This also backs up any images or PDF files that have been uploaded to the site.

But the most important data for the PCCBS are the articles, pages, links, and other content of the site. This content is stored in a MySQL database. It is updated every time someone adds new content or modifies existing content, whether it be an article, a page, a link, a comment, a category, or any other content. If this data is lost it cannot be restored unless you have a MySQL backup.

You should make regular backups of the MySQL database using the [backup tool->/wp-admin/edit.php?page=wp-db-backup.php] in the Manage section. Once the backup is completed, download it to your local hard drive. You should perform this backup as regularly as you add content, because of the MySQL database is ever lost, all of the content of your site goes with it.

Currently, backups can be performed by level 8 administrators.

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Author and Administrator Levels

All accounts on pccbs.org have a “level” of 0 to 9. The level determines the account’s ability to add content to the site as well as its ability to modify content that other accounts have created. At higher levels, an account can even add and modify other accounts. Viewers browsing the site without an account, or who are not logged in, do not have a level. In some areas, such as the category visibility settings, these viewers are designed as “-1”, or negative 1.

For a detailed and precise description of account levels, [read about user levels on the WordPress Codex->User Levels].

Registered Users

When an account is first created, it has a level of 0 and is a registered user. A registered user cannot create stories or any other content. A registered user can leave comments if comments are enabled for a story, and they can view any categories that have been limited to level 0. They may also edit their own profiles. Other than that, there isn’t any difference between a level 0 registered user and an unregistered viewer.

Authors

To turn a registered user into an author, “promote” them on the [Authors & Users page->/wp-admin/users.php]. When you first promote a registered user to an author, that account will be at level 1. A level 1 author can write articles, but not make public what they’ve written. Another moderator will need to approve their articles for public consumption.

Each level of author above level 1 can approve their own articles, and can approve, edit, or delete articles written by lower level accounts.

Level 4 accounts can moderate comments, and can create new categories or delete old ones.

Administrators

Administrators, accounts of level 5 or higher, can add and promote other accounts. An administrator can only promote another user to levels below their own level. A level 5 administrator can promote other users to level 4.

At level 5, an administrator can create new pages and can add links to the list of links. Level 5 accounts can also change the timestamp of articles.

A level 5 administrator cannot promote a registered user to an author.

By default, level 6 accounts are the minimum level that can upload files, but you can change this in the [miscelleneous options section->/wp-admin/options-misc.php]. Depending on how you want people making articles, it might make sense to drop this down and let higher level authors upload files, such as at level three, four, or five.

Level 6 accounts can see all options panels.

Level 8 accounts can activate themes and plug-ins.

There is one level 10 user, which you should almost never use. Level 10 is reserved for serious system-level changes. Injudicious use of level 10 can result in irreversible changes. Level 10 is required to create a level 9 administrator, but level 9 accounts gain no special privileges other than editing level 8 posts, pages, links, and accounts.

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Conference Programs, 1997-2022

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Virtual Meeting, 25-26 March 2022, 2022 PCCBS Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at UC Riverside, CA, 20-22 March 2020, 2020 PCCBS Program UC Riverside

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at UC Merced, CA, 22-24 March 2019, 2019 PCCBS Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at UC Santa Barbara, CA, Canada, 23-25 March 2018, PCCBS Program 2018 UC Santa Barbara

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting in Victoria, BC, Canada, 3-5 March 2017, PCCBS Program 2017 Victoria BC

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the Huntington Library, April 1-3, 2016, PCCBS Program 2016 Huntington

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting in Las Vegas, NV, March 6-8, 2015
2015 PCCBS Conference Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at Riverside, CA, March 7-9, 2014
2014 PCCBS Conference Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at University of California, Berkeley, CA, March 8-10, 2013
2013 PCCBS Conference Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British History, Meeting at the Huntington Library, March 9-11, 2012.
2012 PCCBS Program, Huntington Library

Pacific Coast Conference on British History, Meeting at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, March 11-13, 2011.
2011 PCCBS Program, University of Washington, Seattle

Pacific Coast Conference on British History, Meeting at Pomona College, Claremont, CA, March 19-21, 2010.
2010 PCCBS Program Pomona College

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the University of San Diego, San Diego, CA, March 13-15, 2009
pccbs-program-2009-final.pdf

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the Huntington Library, San Marino, CA, March 28-30, 2008
pccbs-program-2008.pdf

North American Conference on British Studies, Meeting in San Francisco, November 9-11, 2007
2007-program.pdf

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, March 30-April 1, 2007
2007 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the University of California, Irvine, March 24-26, 2006
2006 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the Mission Inn in Riverside, California, April 1-3, 2005
2005 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the Center for British Studies, University of California, Berkeley, California, March 26-28, 2004
2004 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, April 4-6, 2003
2003 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the Smith Campus Center, Pomona College, Claremont, April 5-7, 2002
2002 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at History Corner, Stanford University, April 6-8, 2001
2001 Program

The North American Conference on British Studies in Conjunction with The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Annual Meeting 13th-15th October 2000, Pasadena Hilton, Pasadena, California

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the University of California, Santa Barbara, March 31-April 2, 2000
2000 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at the University of California, Santa Cruz, 26-28 March 1999
1999 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting on Board the Queen Mary at
Long Beach, California, 27-29 March 1998
1998 Program

Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, Meeting at Mills College, Oakland, CA, 4-6 April 1997
1997 Program

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