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Early Modern Literary Geographies
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.
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Stuart Elden from University of Warwick delivers a talk titled “Denmark, Norway, Poland: Regional Geopolitics in ‘Hamlet.’” This talk was included in the session titled “Region.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.
Published 10/15/16
Andrew McRae from University of Exeter delivers a talk titled “The Beauty of Woods in 17th-century England.” This talk was included in the session titled “Region.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.
Published 10/15/16
Dan Beaver from Pennsylvania State University delivers a talk titled “Politics or Perish?: Neighbourliness and ‘maleficium’ on the Atlantic Margins.” This talk was included in the session titled “Neighbourhood.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington...
Published 10/15/16
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