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29 July 2011: English Literary Manuscripts 1450-1700

May 20, 2011


A one-day conference to celebrate the launch online of Catalogue of English Literary Manuscripts 1450-1700 (CELM) at the Institute of English Studies, compiled by Peter Beal in collaboration with John Lavagnino and Henry Woudhuysen. Papers on subjects relating to English manuscripts of this period will be delivered by scholars including: Carlo Bajetta, Peter Beal, Joshua Eckhardt, Germaine Greer, Elizabeth Hageman, Grace Ioppolo, Gerard Kilroy, Tom Lockwood, Arthur Marotti, Steven May, Richard Serjeantson, and Ray Siemens.  This conference, sponsored by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, is free.  CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION.

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