Dr David Lines (Warwick) to JHU, 4-9 April 2016.
- "After Pomponazzi: Bolognese Discussions of the Soul" (presentation at JHU workshop, 4-5 April 2016)
- "Ulisse Aldrovandi: Author, Commentator, Book Collector" (graduate masterclass at Special Collections, 7 April 2016)
‘Tea with Tasso’ ~ Joint presentation by Chris Geekie (Visiting PhD student, JHU) and Bryan Brazeau (Research Fellow, Modern Languages) on Torquato Tasso. Monday 13th June. 3-4.30pm. H4.50
- 'Smuggling the Sacred: Illicit Books, Papistry, and Scribal Subversion in the Elizabethan Catholic Underground'. STVDIO seminar, Tuesday 14th June; 5pm. H4.50
Graduate Seminar co-presented by Earle Havens and visiting JHU PhD student, Chris Geekie: ‘Reading Gabriel Harvey Reading His Livy: Interpreting Marginalia in a Digital Research Environment’. Thursday 16th June; 2.30pm. H4.50.
‘Convivium’ Early Careers Forum led by Bryan Brazeau (Research Fellow, Modern Languages) and Máté Vince (Research Fellow, Renaissance Centre/English). Thursday 16th June; 5-6pm. H4.50.
Dr Caroline Petit (Warwick) to JHU, 13-20th April 2017
Dr Stephen Campbell (JHU) to Warwick, 14-19th May 2017
Learning to work with rare books. Dr David Lines' graduate masterclass, JHU, Special Collections, April 2016