Events & deadlines

n.b. All events listed on this page are open to the public unless otherwise noted. Please follow the links for more information on deadlines, event details, and other important information.

Shakespeare’s the Thing
January 28, 2014–June 15, 2014

Maria Purciello, “Docere, Delectare, Movere: Rethinking the Comic in Barberini Opera”
12:00–1:00, Tuesday, March 25

Ronda Arab, “Transforming the Younger Son: The Disruptive Affect of the Gentleman-Apprentice in Eastward Ho
12:00–1:00, Monday, March 31

Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture:
Brian Cummings, “Shakespeare, Biography, and Anti-Biography”
7:30 pm, Thursday, April 3

Kenneth Gouwens, “The Limits of Human Exceptionalism: How to Tell Your Friends from the Apes in the Renaissance”
12:00–1:00, Wednesday, April 9

Urvashi Chakravarty, TBA
12:00–1:00, Wednesday, April 16

Paul Cefalu, “Divine Anthropomorphism and Accommodation in John Milton’s Paradise Lost: A Critique”
12:00–1:00, Friday, April 18

Raz Chen-Morris, “The Poetics of Kepler’s Telescope and the Melancholic Prince”
12:00–1:00, Tuesday, April 29

John Gouws, “Kairic Complexity in Fulke Greville’s A Dedication to Sir Philip Sidney: the Rhetoric of Sidney’s Survey of Christendom.”
12:00–1:00, Thursday, May 8

Julie Park, “Detachable Pockets, Handwritten Letters and Samuel Richardson’s Pamela: Portable Interiority and the Eighteenth-Century Novel”
12:00–1:30, Friday, May 9

Pamela O. Long, “Engineering, Cartography, and the Culture of Knowledge in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome”
12:00–1:30, Friday, May 16

Matthew Day, “Who Read Richard Hakluyt’s Principal Navigations?”
12:00–1:00, Wednesday, May 21

Symbols of Honor: Heraldry and Family History in Shakespeare’s England
July 1, 2014–October 26, 2014