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Wed 27 Jan, '21
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Italian Research Seminar: Launch of The Reception of Aristotle's Poetics in the Italian Renaissance
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You are warmly invited to the online launch of The Reception of Aristotle's Poetics in the Italian Renaissance and Beyond: New Directions in Criticism (London: Bloomsbury, 2020). The editor, Dr Bryan Brazeau (Warwick), will present the volume in conversation with Professor Simon Gilson (Oxford) on Wednesday 27 January at 5pm. The event will take place via Teams.
 
Using new and cutting-edge perspectives, this book explores literary criticism and the reception of Aristotle's Poetics in early modern Italy. Written by leading international scholars, the chapters examine the current state of the field and set out new directions for future study. The reception of classical texts of literary criticism, such as Horace's Ars Poetica, Longinus's On the Sublime, and most importantly, Aristotle's Poetics was a crucial part of the intellectual culture of Renaissance Italy. Revisiting the translations, commentaries, lectures, and polemic treatises produced, the contributors apply new interdisciplinary methods from book history, translation studies, history of the emotions and classical reception to them. Placing several early modern Italian poetic texts in dialogue with twentieth-century literary theory for the first time, The Reception of Aristotle's Poetics in the Italian Renaissance and Beyond models contemporary practice and maps out avenues for future study.
Thu 25 Feb, '21
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Translation and Transcultural Studies Research Seminar with Prof Wen Jin (East China Normal University)
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Debating Transmigration: The Circulation of Fantasy Narratives in the 18th-century World
Please find an abstract here.
Please note that all our talks will be held online this year and you will need to register your interest through this form by Tuesday 23rd February. You will receive further details about accessing the seminar via Teams on the day of the talk. Any problems with the form, please contact m.milani@warwick.ac.uk
Mon 15 Mar, '21
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Translation and Transcultural Studies Research Seminar with Dr Emek Ergun (UNC)

'Feminist Translation as a Critical Praxis of Transnational Feminism'

Please find an abstract here.
Please note that all our talks will be held online this year and you will need to register your interest through this form by Sunday 14 March. You will receive further details about accessing the seminar via Teams on the day of the talk. Any problems with the form, please contact m.milani@warwick.ac.uk