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Early Modern Interdisciplinary Graduate Forum: No. 4

January 10, 2012

This year the CRRS is cooperating with graduate students from across the disciplines at the University of Toronto in order to develop a community centered on the exchange of ideas about the early modern period. Meetings will be held once monthly from 3:30-5:00PM in the Burwash Hall Senior Common Room at Victoria College. Each meeting consists of two 15-20 minute papers presented by graduate students or post-doctoral scholars from different disciplines followed by a discussion moderated by a graduate student or postdoc from a third discipline. The organizers hope that this structure will encourage conversations amongst a truly interdisciplinary audience. Faculty and members of the wider community are also welcome and encouraged to attend the talks. Please consider joining us.

For additional information please contact Tim Harrison at

When: Tuesday, January 10, 3:30PM-5:00PM

Where: Senior Common Room, Burwash Hall, Victoria College
(89 Charles Street, rear entrance)

Peter Latka (English): “‘Leave me, and then the story aptly ends’: Elizabethan Visual Culture and the Departure Scene in Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis.”

Rachel Stapleton (Comp Lit): “La mujer varonil: Petitioning women and manly rewards.”

John McQuillen (Art History) will be moderating the discussion.

Coffee, tea, and cookies will be provided by the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies.


January 10, 2012
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