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To mark the 400th anniversary of the publication of the landmark folio “The Works of Ben Jonson,” experts in the field explore the English dramatist’s impact in his own time and his reputation down to the present. The conference was held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

Ben Jonson, 1616–2016 The Huntington

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To mark the 400th anniversary of the publication of the landmark folio “The Works of Ben Jonson,” experts in the field explore the English dramatist’s impact in his own time and his reputation down to the present. The conference was held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    Ben Jonson’s Literary Celebrity

    Ben Jonson’s Literary Celebrity

    James Loxley from University of Edinburgh delivers a talk titled “Ben Jonson’s Literary Celebrity.” This talk was included in the session titled “Jonson and Celebrity.” This is a recording of the second half of the delivered talk.

    Part of “Ben Jonson, 1616–2016,” a conference held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    • 36 min.
    Anecdotal Jonson

    Anecdotal Jonson

    Paul Menzer from Mary Baldwin University delivers a talk titled “Anecdotal Jonson.” This talk was included in the session titled “Jonson and Celebrity.”

    Part of “Ben Jonson, 1616–2016,” a conference held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    • 36 min.
    Pedantic Ben Jonson

    Pedantic Ben Jonson

    Adam Zucker from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, delivers a talk titled “Pedantic Ben Jonson.” This talk was included in the session titled “Jonson, Learning, and the Enemies of Learning.”

    Part of “Ben Jonson, 1616–2016,” a conference held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    • 36 min.
    The Trials of Ovid: Ben Jonson’s ‘Poetaster, or the Arraignment’

    The Trials of Ovid: Ben Jonson’s ‘Poetaster, or the Arraignment’

    Heather James from University of Southern California delivers a talk titled “The Trials of Ovid: Ben Jonson’s ‘Poetaster, or the Arraignment.’” This talk was included in the session titled “Jonson, Learning, and the Enemies of Learning.”

    Part of “Ben Jonson, 1616–2016,” a conference held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    • 51 min.
    Ben Jonson, Competitive Freelancer

    Ben Jonson, Competitive Freelancer

    Suzanne Gossett from Loyola University Chicago delivers a talk titled “Ben Jonson, Competitive Freelancer.” This talk was included in the session titled “Jonson and His Intertextual Relations.”

    Part of “Ben Jonson, 1616–2016,” a conference held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    • 39 min.
    London, 1616: Reading ‘The Devil is an Ass’ in the Blackfriars and Beyond

    London, 1616: Reading ‘The Devil is an Ass’ in the Blackfriars and Beyond

    Lucy Munro from King’s College London delivers a talk titled “London, 1616: Reading ‘The Devil is an Ass’ in the Blackfriars and Beyond.” This talk was included in the session titled “Jonson and His Intertextual Relations.”

    Part of “Ben Jonson, 1616–2016,” a conference held at The Huntington Sept. 16–17, 2016.

    • 36 min.

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