Monday, September 24, 2007

Columbia Early Modern Seminar

The Columbia Early Modern Seminar is delighted to welcome Melissa
Sanchez (Pennsylvania) on Tuesday October 2. Melissa E. Sanchez
received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine. She
studies and teaches sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English
literature and history, and she is particularly interested in
gender studies, political theory, and classical and medieval
influences on Renaissance thought. She has been an Andrew W.
Mellon Fellow at the Huntington Library, and her articles have
appeared in Eighteenth-Century Studies, the Sidney Journal, the
Huntington Library Quarterly, English Literary History, English
Literary Renaissance, and Studies in Philology. Her current book
project, entitled Political Voyeurism in English Literature from
Sidney to Milton, examines the perversity and ambivalence of the
analogous erotic and political bonds depicted in early modern

Professor Sanchez will be speaking on "Love and Liberty in the
Caroline Masque."

The Seminar meets from 6.30-8pm in 507 Philosophy Hall, Columbia
campus. All welcome.

Details: Prof. Alan Stewart
Tel: 212 854 6420
Fax: 212 854 5398


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