Monday, October 13, 2008

EMBlazoned: Body Bits and Clothing Parts in Early Modern Cultures

[this via the LRS ...]

Friday 28 November 2008

9.30 – 4.30

Papers (top to toe) from:

Marcus Nevitt, University of Sheffield:

‘The Politics of William Davenant’s Nose’

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Nicky Hallett, University of Sheffield:

‘The Body in the Convent: The Case of the Severed Hand’

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Hamish Mathison, University of Sheffield

‘The Belly and its Contents in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Poetry’

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Karen Harvey University of Sheffield

‘Men of Parts, Shapes and Style: Men’s Legs in the Eighteenth Century’

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Lisa Wynne Smith, University of Saskatchewan

‘Fundamental problems: Gender and Haemorrhoids in Eighteenth-Century England and France’

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Catherine Richardson, University of Kent

‘Jewellery and Early Modern Identity, of How Parts Make Up the Whole’

A one-day colloquium hosted by the School of English, University of Sheffield

Pre-registration by 21 November. Convenor: Nicky Hallett, n.a.hallett@sheffield.ac.uk

Fee (to include lunch and drinks) £15/ £10 registered postgraduate students

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