Feb 12 at UCLA: “Love by Hearsay in Medieval and Renaissance Italian Literature”

Love by Hearsay in Medieval and Renaissance Italian Literature BRITTANY ASARO Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Royce 306 at 12:00 pm Is it possible to fall in love with a person one has never met, but has only heard about? This question both fascinated and perplexed Italian writers for centuries. Love by hearsay is very problematic;… Read More Feb 12 at UCLA: “Love by Hearsay in Medieval and Renaissance Italian Literature”

Feb 7 Symposium on Galileo at UCLA

GALILEO GALILEI: the Pendulum, the Pen, the Lute A symposium exploring Galileo’s influence on and connections with science, literature, and music. Friday, February 7, 2014 University of California, Los Angeles  |  Royce 314 http://cmrs.ucla.edu/programs/conference_galileo_feb2014.html Friday, February 7, 2014 Royce 314 8:30 am Coffee, pastries, fruit 9:00 Welcoming Remarks Massimo Ciavolella, CMRS Director, UCLA Session I,… Read More Feb 7 Symposium on Galileo at UCLA

IMPORTANT: PhD Candidate Workshop at the Huntington Library

***This event is particularly recommended by the chair! The Huntington Library is pleased to be hosting a one-day workshop for PhD candidates (or those who will be ABD by 1 September 2014) in the fields of Medieval and British Studies.  This program is designed to introduce new scholars to the vast holdings and resources at… Read More IMPORTANT: PhD Candidate Workshop at the Huntington Library

Due Feb 14: Apps for Folger travel grants! Some still available!

***Contact Dr. Ferrell immediately if you would like to apply.   Travel Grants Still Available for the “Shakespeare and the Problem of Biography” Conference at the Folger Shakespeare Library Conference dates: April 3-5, 2014 Deadline for travel grant application: February 14 The application deadline for travel and lodging grants for qualified graduate students and faculty… Read More Due Feb 14: Apps for Folger travel grants! Some still available!