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3:30pm Early Modern World: Works-in-Progress Seminar

November 30, 2015 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

 

Allison Stielau (Early Modern Conversions, McGill)
“Auricular Ornament, Ovidian Metamorphosis, and the Transformational Potential of Silver, c.1600”

The Early Modern World is a cross-disciplinary research seminar of work-in-progress by faculty and postdoctoral fellows across McGill and at other universities. Unlike the regular reading group format, there will not be any papers distributed in advance; instead, seminar-style presentations of up to 45-minutes will be followed by general discussion, providing the presenters with constructive feedback and the audience with the chance to ask questions. The seminar is open to everyone; graduate students are especially encouraged to participate as to benefit from exposure to the research methods of advanced scholars.

For more information, contact Yelda Nasifoglu yelda.nasifoglu@mail.mcgill.ca

Details

Date:
November 30, 2015
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Venue

IPLAI
3610 McTavish, 2nd floor
Montreal,QuebecH3A 1Y2Canada
Phone:
514-398-6154