Early Modern Research Seminars, Autumn 2018

Monday 22 October, 1pm, EM 124:
Dr. Laura Sangha (Exeter),
“The Social, Personal and Spiritual Dynamics of Ghost Stories in Early Modern England”

Monday 19 November, 1 pm, EM 124:
Rachel Foxley (Reading),
“Gender and slavery in Milton’s republicanism”

Wednesday 5 December, 4 pm, EM 128:
Dr. Joe Moshenska (Oxford),
“Dolls and Idols: Touching the Past, Playing the Past in Early Modern England”

For further information, please see the EMRC website: www.reading.ac.uk/emrc
or contact the Centre’s Director: Prof. Michelle O’Callaghan, m.f.ocallaghan@reading.ac.uk

About English Literature at Reading

The Department of English Literature at Reading has been an internationally recognised centre for research and teaching in English Studies for over a hundred years. Our teaching system, with its emphasis on seminars and tutorial work, encourages our students to discuss ideas with tutors and other students in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. All of our students have access to dedicated study advisors; our academic placement scheme and 'professional track' programme provide invaluable preparation for subsequent careers.
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