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Experts in the literature, history, geography, and archaeology of 16th- and 17th-century Britain examine four key geographic sites—body, house, neighborhood, and region—to illuminate the important spatial structures and concepts that define the early modern engagement with the world. The conference was held at The Huntington on Oct. 14–15, 2016.

Early Modern Literary Geographies The Huntington

    • Естественные науки

Experts in the literature, history, geography, and archaeology of 16th- and 17th-century Britain examine four key geographic sites—body, house, neighborhood, and region—to illuminate the important spatial structures and concepts that define the early modern engagement with the world. The conference was held at The Huntington on Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    Welcoming Remarks by Steve Hindle

    Welcoming Remarks by Steve Hindle

    Steve Hindle from The Huntington welcomes participants and attendees to “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    • 5 мин.
    Opening Remarks by Julie Sanders and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr.

    Opening Remarks by Julie Sanders and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr.

    Julie Sanders from Newcastle University and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr., from Pennsylvania State University deliver the opening remarks for “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    • 6 мин.
    ‘When thou hast stolen away from fairy land’: The Habitation of Airy Nothing in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

    ‘When thou hast stolen away from fairy land’: The Habitation of Airy Nothing in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

    Mary Floyd-Wilson from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, delivers a talk titled “‘When thou hast stolen away from fairy land’: The Habitation of Airy Nothing in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’” This talk was included in the session titled “Body.”

    Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    • 37 мин.
    Places of Pleasure and Pain: Environment and Sensation in Spenser and Milton

    Places of Pleasure and Pain: Environment and Sensation in Spenser and Milton

    Michael Schoenfeldt from University of Michigan delivers a talk titled “Places of Pleasure and Pain: Environment and Sensation in Spenser and Milton.” This talk was included in the session titled “Body.”

    Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    • 38 мин.
    Unwelcome stones’ and Mineralizing the Human in Renaissance England

    Unwelcome stones’ and Mineralizing the Human in Renaissance England

    Tiffany Werth from Simon Fraser University delivers a talk titled “‘Unwelcome stones’ and Mineralizing the Human in Renaissance England.” This talk was included in the session titled “Body.”

    Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    • 45 мин.
    Houses, Towers, and Castles in the Early Modern British Isles: Literary and Material Geographies

    Houses, Towers, and Castles in the Early Modern British Isles: Literary and Material Geographies

    Matthew Johnson from Northwestern University delivers a talk titled “Houses, Towers, and Castles in the Early Modern British Isles: Literary and Material Geographies.’” This talk was included in the session titled “House.”

    Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.

    • 38 мин.

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