Opening remarks (Ingo Berensmeyer, Christoph Ehland, Herbert Grabes)
Ingo Berensmeyer (Giessen): "From Pilgrimage to Picaresque: Mobility in English Literature from the Middle Ages to Early Modernity"
Andrew Hadfield (Sussex): "Mobility in the Works of Thomas Nashe"
Tobias Döring (Munich): "Magic and Mobility: Theatrical Travels in Marlowe and Shakespeare"
Claire Jowitt (Nottingham): "Piracy and Mobility in English Renaissance Literature"
Jan Borm (Versailles): "John Donne and Metaphysical Poetry on the Move"
Christoph Ehland (Paderborn): "Moving Texts: Doubts, Desires and the Brave New World"
Till Kinzel (Braunschweig): "Mobility and Autobiography on Land and Sea from Samuel Pepys's Diary to Mary Lacy's The Female Shipwright"
Herbert Grabes (Giessen): "Support from Abroad: The Early English Import of Oppositional Pamphlets"
Hassan Melehy (Chapel Hill): "Literary Transfers of Sovereignty: Montaigne, Shakespeare, and Lipsius"
Stephan Kohl (Würzburg): "Spatial Practices of 18th-Century Domestic Travellers and the Idea of the Nation"
Pascal Fischer (Würzburg): "The Conservative Distrust of Movement in the 'French Revolution Debate'"
Birgit Neumann (Passau): "'Travels for the Heart': Practices of Mobility, Concepts of Movement and Constructions of Individuality in Sentimental Travelogues"
Oliver Scheiding (Mainz): "Migrant Fictions and the Early Story in North America"
Julia Straub (Berne): "Early American Literature and the Canon: The Mobility of Literary Value in the Eighteenth Century"
Marshall Brown (Seattle): "Austen's Immobility"
Julika Griem (Darmstadt): "Trapping Travellers: Social Mobility and Narrative Confinement in Henry James"
Stephen Prickett (Canterbury) "Exile as an Existential Condition: Kierkegaard, Conrad and Kipling"
Wendy Parkins (Dunedin): "Social Mobility and Female Agency: The Case of Jane Morris"
Philipp Erchinger (Exeter): "Moving out of Ignorance: Victorian Writing and Experimental Practice"
Dennis Berthold (Texas A&M): "Melville's Carpetbag: Nautical Transformations of the Authorial Self"