Centre seminar series

The programme for the Exeter Early Modern Seminar is listed below. It combines papers from staff and research students in History, English, Drama and Modern Languages with outside speakers. The programme often includes mini-colloquia, involving a panel of shorter papers. Seminars take place fortnightly on Wednesdays, 3.30-5.30pm, unless otherwise indicated. All university members are welcome to attend, including undergraduates.

If you would like to join the CEMS mailing list to receive updates on the seminar programme and other early modern events at Exeter, please contact CEMS@exeter.ac.uk.

Forthcoming seminars

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9 February 2022

Laurence Publicover (Bristol), Fathoming the Deep: Navigation, the Seabed, and Early Modern English Tragedy

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16 February 2022

Early Modern Futures Reading Group

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2 March 2022

Karen Harvey and Emily Vine (Birmingham), 'Social Bodies in English Letters, 1680-1820'.

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16 March 2022

Nicholas Smolenski (Duke University & Exeter Visiting Fellow 2021-22), 'Hearing Architectual Sketches: Historiographical Approaches to Acoustical Analysis in Early Modern Cathedrals'.

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23 March 2022

Lukas Erne (Geneva & Gareth Roberts Visiting Professor), 'Mediating Shakespeare: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Editorial Agency'.

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28 March 2022

Reading Xenophon in the early modern period: who and why

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