Apr 4-5: Living English Broadside Ballads, 1550-1750: Song, Art, Dance, Culture

Living English Broadside Ballads, 1550-1750: Song, Art, Dance, Culture Friday, April 4, and Saturday, April 5, 2014 Huntington Conference Living English Broadside Ballads, 1550-1750: Song, Art, Dance, Culture Organized by Patricia Fumerton, University of California, Santa Barbara Riding a new wave of scholarly excitement over early modern broadside ballads, experts from many disciplines will probe… Read More Apr 4-5: Living English Broadside Ballads, 1550-1750: Song, Art, Dance, Culture

CGU Humanities Forum: “Thinking Sex in the Interdisciplines” by Valerie Traub

You are invited to the final spring humanities forum event of the semester! Dr. Valerie Traub Professor of English and Women’s Studies, University of Michigan Will give a talk titled: “Thinking Sex in the Interdisciplines” 4pm, March 27th IAC Library 831 N Dartmouth Ave, CGU Campus Light refreshments will be served. Please find Dr. Traub’s… Read More CGU Humanities Forum: “Thinking Sex in the Interdisciplines” by Valerie Traub

California Rare Book School Summer and Fall Courses

2014 California Rare Book School Update Susan M. Allen Director, CalRBS Greetings from California Rare Book School (CalRBS)! We are very happy to announce that the 2014 course schedule is now posted on the CalRBS Website (www.calrbs.org) and applications are being accepted. CalRBS will be offering nine courses during Weeks 1 and 2 (August 4-15,… Read More California Rare Book School Summer and Fall Courses

April 12 at the Huntington: “Corporate Espionage: The East Indies Ambitions of Charles I”

EARLY MODERN BRITISH HISTORY SEMINAR The next meeting of the Early Modern British History Seminar for 2013-14 will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. in Seaver Classroom 3 of the Munger Research Center at The Huntington. Coffee will be available starting at 9:45. Our speaker will be Professor Rupali Mishra, Auburn… Read More April 12 at the Huntington: “Corporate Espionage: The East Indies Ambitions of Charles I”