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Stvdio Seminar Series Speakers 2009-10

Autumn 2009

Joanne Anderson, (Warwick) Tuesday 20 October 2009 (week 3), Mary Magdalen and the Rural Parish Context: the Narrative Mural Cycles of Trentino, Tyrol and the Swiss Grisons from the late middle ages to the early Renaissance

Brad Pardue, Mellon Visiting Fellow University of Tennesse, Knoxville) Tuesday 3 November 2009; ‘[T]he very brest of all this batayle’: Church, Clergy, and Laity in the Conflicting Ecclesiologies of William Tyndale and Thomas More

Amy Graves-Monroe, (SUNY Buffalo) Tuesday 17 November 2009; Peddlers, Soup Cauldrons, Poisons and Shit: Satire and the Tropes of Polemic


Spring 2010

Brenda Hosington, (Warwick): Tuesday 26 January 2010, ‘Translatio studii or Translations as Renaissance Cultural Crossroads'

Jacomien Prins, (Music Theory/Philosophy, Oxford): Tuesday 23 February 2010, ‘Francesco Patrizi and ‘the weakest echo of the harmony of the spheres’

Alex Lee, (Warwick): Tuesday 9 March 2010, in the Graduate Space, ‘Petrarch and the “Dark Ages”: A Reappraisal’

Stephen Orgel, Stanford (IAS Visiting Fellow): Tuesday 16 March 2010, followed by drinks reception; ‘Seeing Through Costume: the Semiotics of Character on the Renaissance Stage'.


Summer 2010

Mary Floyd-Wilson (University of North Carolina) Tuesday 8 June 2010, "Boundary Work: Occult Mentalities, Experiential Knowledge, and the State of Early Modern English Theatre."