Thursday, June 11, 2009


A day colloquium at Sheffield Hallam University
Thursday 16 July 2009
5503A Surrey Building, City Campus
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10 Arrival and coffee
10.15–11.15 Alison Findlay, Lancaster University ‘Women’s Closet Drama’
11.15-11.30 Coffee
11.30-12.30 Alison Shell, Durham University, ‘Robert Owen’s “History of Purgatory” [ca.1602/3]: A Newly Discovered Recusant Morality Play’
12.30-1.30 Lunch
1.30-3 Richard Wood, Sheffield Hallam University, ‘“I am a man; that is to say, a creature whose reason is often darkened with error”: Sir Philip Sidney, Humility and Revising the Arcadia’; Tom Rutter, Sheffield Hallam University, ‘Magic, the provinces, and the invention of popular culture, 1588-1600’
3-3.15 Tea
3.15-4.45 Chris Butler, Sheffield Hallam University, ‘“And though I seeme to use the poet’s fained style…”: Edward Dyer’s “A Fancy” as a Disguised Religious Poem’; Dan Cadman, Sheffield Hallam University, ‘“Tax’d for wishing well”: Daniel's Philotas and Jacobean politics’.

There is no conference fee but it would be much appreciated if anyone intending to come would let Lisa Hopkins ( know in advance.


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