Early Modern Literature, Culture, and Society at the University of Birmingham


Early Modern Literature, Culture, and Society

Seminar Programme 2010-11

Semester 1

Wed 6 October (Week 1) Tara Hamling (Birmingham): ‘Old Robert’s Girdle: Visual and Material Props for Protestant Piety in Post-Reformation England’

Wed 13 October (Week 2) CREMS ANNUAL LECTURE: Barber Institute, 5.15 pm, William Sherman (York): ‘Anagrammatology and the Shakespeare Authorship Question’

Wed 20 October (Week 3) Kim Hackett ( York): ‘Making “Republikes of Kingdomes”? Dutch Pamphlet Polemic and English Politics, 1619-1623’

Wed 3 November (Week 5) Max von Habsburg (Oundle School): ‘The Imitatio Christi within the Late Medieval and Early Modern World of the Jesuits’

Wed 8 December (Week 10) Harry Newman (Shakespeare Institute): ‘Printing and Obstetrics in the Texts of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries’

*All seminars to take place in Room 103, Arts Building, 4.15 pm, except for the CREMS annual lecture, which will take place in the Barber Institute lecture theatre at 5.15 pm

University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT

Contact: Dr Simone Laqua-O'Donnell (s.laquaodonnell@bham.ac.uk<mailto:s.laquaodonnell@bham.ac.uk>) or Dr Hugh Adlington (h.c.adlington@bham.ac.uk<mailto:h.c.adlington@bham.ac.uk>)

All welcome!