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A Celebration of Early Modern Studies at the University of Toronto – by invitation

March 4, 2011

This event is a day for faculty, postdocs, and senior graduate students teaching and studying at the University of Toronto to meet, converse, and get to know about one another’s current research. It is sponsored by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies and is by invitation. If you are a current faculty member, PhD student, or postdoc in this field at U of T and have not received an invitation, please contact the CRRS Director (

8:45     Coffee available

9:00     Welcome / Introduction

9:15     Research Panel 1 (Chair: Lynne Magnusson, English and Director, CRRS)

Holger Schott Syme (English)
Sanda Munjic (Spanish & Portuguese)
Giancarla Periti (Art)
Anne Lancashire (English)

10:15   Research Panel 2 – Interdisciplinary Theme (Chair: Elizabeth Cohen, History, York U & CRRS)

Katherine Larson (English)
Kenneth Bartlett (History)
Andreas Motsch (French)
Nicholas Terpstra (History)

11:15 Coffee

11:30   Graduate Initiatives Panel (Co-chairs: Filomena Calabrese, Italian and Lynne Magnusson)

Alexandra Guerson and Janine Rivière (History Premodern
Discussion Group)
Erin Reynolds (English Early Modern Studies Seminar)
Rachel Stapleton (Comp Lit Ass’n)
Tim Harrison (Ideas for CRRS Interdisciplinary Group)

12:30   Lunch – provided in Old Vic Foyer

1:30     Research Panel 3 (Chair: Jane Couchman, French, York U & CRRS)

Philip Sohm (Art)
Paul Stevens (English)
Mary Nyquist (English)
Paul Cohen (History)

2:30     Research Panel 4 – Digital and General (Chair: Alan Galey, Faculty of Information)

Natalie Rothman (History)
Ian Lancashire (English)
Peter Blayney (English)
Evonne Levy (Art)

3:30 Coffee

3:45     Research Panel 5 (Chair: TBA)

Ken Mills (History)
Leslie Thomson (English)
David Galbraith (English)
Matt Kavaler (Art)

4:45     Book Launch – Worth and Repute: Valuing Gender … in honour of Barbara Todd

5:00     Reception / party / celebration


March 4, 2011
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