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Dryden_Tempest

Please join the Renaissance Workshop
NEXT Monday, April 20th, when

Seth Lobis
Associate Professor
Department of Literature
Claremont McKenna College

presents the paper:

The Quick and the Dead:
Vitalism and Literary History in the Restoration Tempest
MONDAY 20 April
5:00 PM
Rosenwald 405

The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list, and is available for download in the post above. Light refreshments will be served.

Image from Columbia University’s online exhibition “Shakespeare and the Book.”

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Spenser
Please join the Renaissance Workshop and the Digital Humanities Forum as
Joseph Loewenstein, Professor of English, and Anupam BasuFellow in Digital Humanities, Washington University in Saint Louis,
present their paper: “Spenser’s Spell: Archaism and Historical Stylometrics”
MONDAY 9 MARCH
5PM
Rosenwald 405
(Refreshments will be served.) 
The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to
the Renaissance Workshop mailing list, and will be available for download in the post above.
This event is generously sponsored by the Nicholson Center for British Studies
If you would like to join our e-mail list, please visit https://lists.uchicago.edu/web/subscribe/renshop/. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Questions, requests, or concerns may be directed to  Katia Fowler (kfowler@uchicago.edu) or Sarah Kunjummen (kunjummen@uchicago.edu).
“Unlocking the Secrets of Donne’s Letters”
Flyer

with
Jana Dambrogio, Thomas F. Peterson Conservator, MIT Libraries and Daniel Smith, Fellow, Lincoln College, University of Oxford

3:00-3:45: Viewing of original manuscripts (optional)
3:45-4:00: Coffee Break
4:00-5:30: Lecture and Hands-on Workshop

Friday, February 20
Special Collections Research Center
in the Joseph Regenstein Library

We have a limited amount of space. If you would like to attend or can no longer attend, please contact Katia Fowler (kfowler@uchicago.edu).

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Please join the Renaissance Workshop and the Poetry and Poetics Workshop
NEXT Monday, February 16th, when
Richard Strier
Sulzberger Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
Department of English, Divinity School
University of Chicago
presents the paper:
Paleness versus Eloquence: the Ideologies of Style in the English Renaissance
MONDAY 16 FEBRUARY
4:30 PM
Rosenwald 405
 The paper, to be read in advance,will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list, and is available for download in the post above. Light refreshments will be served. Please note the unusual time of this event.
If you would like to join our e-mail list, please visit https://lists.uchicago.edu/web/subscribe/renshop/. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Questions, requests, or concerns may be directed to  Katia Fowler (kfowler@uchicago.edu) or Sarah Kunjummen (kunjummen@uchicago.edu).

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Please join the Renaissance Workshop
NEXT Monday, February 9th, when
Philip Goldfarb
PhD Candidate, English
University of Chicago
presents the conclusion of his dissertation:
What Makes Shakespeare Special?: Politics and Setting in Jonson’s Catiline
MONDAY 9 FEBRUARY
5PM
Rosenwald 405
(Refreshments will be served.) 
The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to
the Renaissance Workshop mailing list, and is available for download in the post above.
If you would like to join our e-mail list, please visit https://lists.uchicago.edu/web/subscribe/renshop/. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Questions, requests, or concerns may be directed to  Katia Fowler (kfowler@uchicago.edu) or Sarah Kunjummen (kunjummen@uchicago.edu). The accompanying image is taken from The Nuremberg Chronicle (1493).

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