Friday, May 20, 2011

Francis Bacon

The UCL Centre for Early Modern Exchanges is delighted to announce a
special lecture by Professor Alan Stewart of Columbia University, New
York. Professor Stewart will be known to many of you as the author of
'Shakespeare's Letters', biographies of Sir Francis Bacon, Sir Philip
Sidney, and James I, and 'Close Readers: Humanism and Sodomy in Early
Modern England'.

Professor Stewart will speak on 'Francis Bacon in International
Collaboration'. The lecture will cover how Bacon co-opts other scholars
into writing his work, concentrating on his translations into Latin,
French and Italian.

The lecture is at 5pm on Wed 8 June, in Malet Place Engineering 1.03, UCL.


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