Canada Milton Seminar XV — POSTPONED

The Canada Milton Seminar is an annual event designed to bring together Canadian and international scholars working not only on Milton but on early modern literature and culture in general. Each year’s gathering typically features a series of plenary speakers as well as two panel sessions, and concludes with a congenial banquet.

This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canada Milton Seminar will be convened virtually.

Postponed from 15 May 2021

Venue: Zoom virtual meetings


Organizers: John Rogers (University of Toronto) & Paul Stevens (University of Toronto)

Registration: Natalie Oeltjen (CRRS)


Milton’s Shakespeare
Sovereignty and Disaster

Homeric Rites
Colonialism, Race and Servitude


Kathy Acheson (U. of Waterloo)
Urvashi Chakravarty (U. of Toronto)
Stephen Dobranski (Georgia State U.)
Maggie Kilgour (McGill U.)
David Loewenstein (Penn State U.)
Su Fang Ng (Virginia Tech U.)
Nicholas McDowell (U. of Exeter)
Mary Nyquist (U. of Toronto)
Jason Peters (Booth College, Winnipeg)
William Poole (New College, Oxford)
Shaun Ross (U. of Toronto)
Yulia Ryzhik (U. of Toronto)
Nicholas von Maltzahn (U. of Ottawa)
Andrea Walkden (U. of Toronto)
Reginald Wilburn (U. of New Hampshire)
Jessica Wolfe (UNC Chapel Hill)