Mobilities and Materialities of the Early Modern World
Global in scope, the Mobilities and Materialities of the Early Modern World Working Group seeks to integrate through interdisciplinary discussion two different spheres of scholarly inquiry: macro-economic studies of international networks and micro-historical engagements with materialities. In recent years, the promotion of synchronic, transnational fields, such as the ‘Global Renaissance,’ has made it incumbent on emerging scholars to develop competencies far outside traditionally defined specialties. This working group is designed to address the needs of a new generation of scholars, and to appeal to both dissertating and pre-candidacy doctoral students. By organizing a series of topically-relevant symposia that feature presentations by leading faculty, the working group aspires to function as a forum, exposing graduate students in different disciplines to research trends and alternative methodologies.
Textual Transmissions & Printed Media in Early Modern Europe
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
308A Doe Library
A Workshop with Presentations by:
PhD Candidate, Department of Scandinavian Languages and Literatures, UC Berkeley
“Nomine Saxo: Media, Authorship, and Renaissances in the Reception of Saxo Grammaticus”
PhD Candidate, Department of Comparative Literature, UC Berkeley
“Importing Hebrew Print: Material Texts between Venice and Cracow”
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