Susan Brigden, the Huntington Library’s inaugural Mary Robertson Visiting Fellow in Tudor Studies, will be opening this year’s USC-Huntington EMSI British History Seminar. Her paper is entitled “Reading Orlando Furioso at the Court of Henry VIII.” Her talk will be at the Huntington Library in Seaver 1&2 in the Munger Research Center at 10:00am on… Read More Sept 13: Graduate students invited to lunch after Huntington paper
Friday–Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. This interdisciplinary conference explores the study of sexuality in early modern England and how it intersects with the histories of religion, science, and imperial expansion. $25. (FREE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS) Ahmanson Room, Brody Botanical Center, Huntington Library, San Marino, CA. View program brochure and registration or register by email firstname.lastname@example.org or… Read More Sept 19-20 Conference: “Desiring History and Historicizing Desire: Sexuality in Early Modern England”
Congratulations all! Thanks to our hard work attending workshops, writing to the dean, and lobbying librarians and professors, the Claremont Colleges Library system now offers the State Papers Online, Domestic, for our use! This is a fabulous resource for all early modernists, only available at select universities and research libraries, and we encourage everyone to… Read More New Library Database: The State Papers Online, Domestic
Saturday, September 13, 2014 Early Modern British History Susan Brigden, University of Oxford “Reading Romance at the Court of Henry VIII” Huntington Library Munger Building, Seaver 1 & 2 1151 Oxford Road San Marino, California 91108 10am-12noon Coffee served at 9:30am For more information about this seminar, please contact Lindsay O’Neill and Vanessa Wilkie. … Read More EMSI Newsletter Aug 25
Welcome back for fall, EMS crowd! We are about to begin a new semester, and before the email deluge (really) begins, here’s a bit of news and fun. Check out the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Mazarinades collection – political pamphlets from the Fronde era (1649-1653) full of potential research material on politics, revolution, images . .… Read More Welcome back!