The following seminars will be held online (via Microsoft Teams) at 2.00pm (ending by 3.30pm) in Hilary Term 2021. There will be two papers per session.
To receive a link to enable you to join online, please register HERE.
All very welcome. Convenor: Neil Kenny [email@example.com]
SARAH GWYNETH ROSS (Boston College):
(Social) Places, Please! The Commedia dell’Arte and the Problem of ‘Class’
SUSAN WISEMAN (Birkbeck, University of London): Non-Elite Women and ‘the Network’: Compatible Categories?
IMOGEN CHOI (Exeter College, Oxford): Exile, Migration and Hospitality: Visions of a Cosmopolitan Society in the Poetry of the Sephardic Diaspora
NEIL KENNY (All Souls College, Oxford): Peasants and Representation: The Case of Noël Du Fail
DAVID LINES (University of Warwick):
Renaissance Aristotelianism and the Problem of Publics between Latin and Vernacular
JONATHAN PATTERSON (St Edmund Hall, Oxford): ‘Greatness going off’: Renaissance Antony and Cleopatra Plays
WARREN BOUTCHER (Queen Mary, University of London): Learning, Vernacular Cultures, and Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe
DORINE ROUILLER (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin): Erasmus, Citizen of the—or of a—World?
Image from ‘The Warburg Institute Iconographic Database’
‘A nobleman’s picture gallery’ by Balthasar van den Bossche (1681-1715)