Nicholas Bellinson on “The Owl’s Merry Note: Song and Comic Resolution in Love’s Labour’s Lost”

Please join the Renaissance Workshop
FRIDAY, December 7, when

Nicholas Bellinson
PhD Candidate, Committee on Social Thought
University of Chicago

presents the paper:

“The Owl’s Merry Note: Song and Comic Resolution in Love’s Labour’s Lost”
Friday, 7 December
3:00-4:30
Cobb 101

** Please note the unusual place and time.

The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list and is available with a password in the post below. Light refreshments will be served.

If you would like to join our mailing list, please click here. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to all persons. Questions, requests, and/or concerns may be directed to Jo Nixon (ejnixon@uchicago.edu) or Michal Zechariah (michalz@uchicago.edu).

Image: Illustration of The Owl and the Nightingale, 12th or 13th c. (British Library)

Ross Lerner on “The Astonied Body in Paradise Lost”

Please join the Renaissance Workshop
MONDAY, December 3, when

Ross Lerner
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Occidental College
presents the paper:

“The Astonied Body in Paradise Lost”
MONDAY, 3 December
5:00-6:30
Rosenwald 405

The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list and is available with a password in the post below. Light refreshments will be served.

If you would like to join our mailing list, please click here. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to all persons. Questions, requests, and/or concerns may be directed to Jo Nixon (ejnixon@uchicago.edu) or Michal Zechariah (michalz@uchicago.edu).

Image: Auguste Rodin, “Adam.” c. 1880.

Ben Jeffery on “This Fearful Country: the Shipwreck in The Tempest”

Please join the Renaissance Workshop
MONDAY, November 19, when

Ben Jeffery
PhD Candidate, Committee on Social Thought
University of Chicago
presents the paper:

“This Fearful Country: the Shipwreck in The Tempest
MONDAY, 19 November
5:00-6:30
Rosenwald 405

The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list and is available with a password in the post below. Light refreshments will be served.

If you would like to join our mailing list, please click here. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to all persons. Questions, comments, and/or concerns may be directed to Jo Nixon (ejnixon@uchicago.edu) or Michal Zechariah (michalz@uchicago.edu).

Image: Ivan Aivazovsky, “Shipwreck.” 1856.

Katie Kadue on “Gender and Cliché in Renaissance Lyric”

Please join the Renaissance Workshop
MONDAY, November 5, when

Katie Kadue
Collegiate Assistant Professor, Humanities
University of Chicago
presents the paper:

“‘Fleur Mille Fleurs Ravissant’: Gender and Cliché in Renaissance Lyric
MONDAY, 5 November
5:00-6:30
Rosenwald 405

The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list and is available with a password in the post below. Light refreshments will be served.

If you would like to join our mailing list, please click here. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to all persons. Questions, comments, and/or concerns may be directed to Jo Nixon (ejnixon@uchicago.edu) or Michal Zechariah (michalz@uchicago.edu).

Image: Rebecca Louise Law, “The Hated Flower” (2014), Coningsby Gallery, London.

Richard Strier on “Happy Hamlet”

Please join the Renaissance Workshop
MONDAY, October 22, when

Richard Strier
Sulzberger Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
Department of English
University of Chicago
presents the paper:

“Happy Hamlet”
MONDAY, 22 October
5:00-6:30
Rosenwald 405

The paper, to be read in advance, will be distributed to the Renaissance Workshop mailing list and is available with a password in the post below. Light refreshments will be served.

If you would like to join our mailing list, please click here. We are committed to making our workshop fully accessible to all persons. Questions, requests, and/or concerns may be directed to Jo Nixon (ejnixon@uchicago.edu) or Michal Zechariah (michalz@uchicago.edu).

Image: Frans Hals, “Young Man with a Skull.” c. 1626.