Two EM Research Seminars This Week

March 11, 2014

Wednesday 12th March

Evening seminar in the Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory on 12 March 2014.  The speaker is Dr Mareile Pfannebecker (Manchester University) and the title of her talk will be ‘Angels, Beasts, Machines – Human Limits in 17th Century Drama’. The seminar will be held in room 2.47 of the John Percival Building at 5.15 p.m.

Thursday 13th March

Evening seminar for MEMORI on Thursday 13th March.

The speaker is Dr Margaret Kean (Oxford) and the title of her talk will be

‘Last Things and Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure’

5.15pm, Room 2.48

MEMORI LOGOMedieval and Early Modern Research Initiative

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