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Conference Announcement
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.1612  Thursday, 23 September 1999.

From:           R. D. H. Wells <
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Date:           Wednesday, 22 Sep 1999 11:36:22 +0100 (BST)
Subject:        Conference Announcement

                       UNIVERSITY OF HULL

                 CENTRE FOR RENAISSANCE STUDIES

                      INAUGURAL CONFERENCE

         DISSOLVING BOUNDARIES: INTERDISCIPLINARITY &
                       RENAISSANCE STUDIES

                     Monday 15th November 1999

11:00am to 7:00pm at the University of Hull, Cottingham Road, Hull, UK.

Speakers:

Tim Carter (Professor of Music, Royal Holloway), 'Claudio Monteverdi's
Ballo delle ingrate (Mantua, 1608): Musicology and the
Interdisciplinary'

Diane Purkiss (Professor of English, Exeter), 'Fairies in the Archives,
or How Much Fiction can the Historian stand?'

Alan Stewart (Lecturer in English, Birkbeck), '"Laden with old
mouse-eaten records": the Lot of the Early-Modern Biographer'

Blair Worden (Professor of History, Sussex), 'Literature and History:
Ben Jonson and Monarchy'

The Conference will be followed at 6:00pm by the first Chadwyck-Healey
Lecture in Renaissance Studies, to be given by Lisa Jardine, Professor
of Renaissance Studies at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University
of London, on the subject:

RENAISSANCE STUDIES GOES GLOBAL AT THE MILLENNIUM

All welcome. There is no charge for admission to the Chadwyck-Healey
lecture (in the Middleton Hall), but admission to the conference is
unwaged 5 pounds; waged 10 pounds (to cover lunch and refreshments). For
further information and booking, please contact Lorna Hutson
(
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University of Hull.
 

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