Archive for February 4th, 2011


Ben Jonson Now

February 4, 2011

Where is Jonson on the eve of his new edition? This seminar on February 12 brings together current work on Jonson and offers an opportunity to discuss the last decade of extraordinary developments in Jonson studies and, of course, the next. Speakers will discuss the Jonson’s drama, his big walk, his politics and classical learning.

Speakers include:

To be followed by a round table discussion: Jonsons then, now and to come….

The seminar will take place from 13:30 to 17:30 on February 12, it will be held in Birkbeck, in or near Malet Street, London WC1. Room to be confirmed.

This event forms part of The London Renaissance Seminar, which meets at Birkbeck regularly to discuss the literature, culture and history of the English Renaissance. It is free and welcomes all students, academics and people with an interest in the Renaissance or early modern period.


Find out more here.

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