Origins: Medieval/Early Modern Texts and Contexts - 4-5 avril 2008
This two-day seminar on "Origins: Medieval and Early Modern Texts and Contexts", on April 4-5 2008, constituted one of the modules offered in the new Doctoral Programme in English Language and Literature. The seminar consisted of a short conference and two workshops for predoctoral, doctoral, and postdoctoral students working in the field of medieval and early modern studies. The workshops were led by two internationally renowned scholars: Prof. A. S. G. Edwards (De Montfort University), a leading expert in the area of paleography and textual studies, and Prof. Gary Taylor (Florida State University), editor of The Complete Works of Shakespeare (OUP) and The Collected Works of Thomas Middleton (OUP). Organizers: Prof. Indira Ghose (University of Fribourg), Prof. Margaret Bridges (University of Berne), Prof. Lukas Erne (University of Geneva), and Prof. Denis Renevey (University of Lausanne). Please click on the link below for the programme of the half-day conference, which will take place on the last day of the seminar.
Please click here for further information on the two-day seminar.4 avril 2008