April 2: “Jane Austen Matters”: Devoney Looser at Pomona College

“Jane Austen Matters” a talk by Devoney Looser 4:15 pm Ena Thompson Reading Room, Crookshank 108, Pomona College Devoney Looser is Professor of English at Arizona State University.  She is the author of Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain, 1750-1850 (2008) and British Women Writers and the Writing of History, 1670-1820 (2000), as… Read More April 2: “Jane Austen Matters”: Devoney Looser at Pomona College

8 Apr: Inside Spenser’s Faerie Queene, Moment by Moment

*Highly recommended for all Early Modernists, especially English students! Gordon Teskey will be giving a talk titled “Inside Spenser’s Faerie Queene, Moment by Moment” at Pomona College on April 8. 4:15pm April 8 Ena Thompson Reading Room, Crookshank Hall 108, Pomona College Dr. Teskey is Professor of English at Harvard University. His research interests include… Read More 8 Apr: Inside Spenser’s Faerie Queene, Moment by Moment

Mar 21: “Robert Nelson’s Festivals and Fasts and the Problem of Sacrilege in Early Eighteenth-Century England” at the Huntington

Please see the reminder below about the upcoming Huntington Early Modern British History seminar for Mar 21, talk given by Brent Sirota: Dear Early Modernists, A reminder that Brent Sirota will be speaking at the USC-Huntington EMSI British History Seminar on “Robert Nelson’s Festivals and Fasts and the Problem of Sacrilege in Early Eighteenth-Century England”… Read More Mar 21: “Robert Nelson’s Festivals and Fasts and the Problem of Sacrilege in Early Eighteenth-Century England” at the Huntington

Mar 17 EMSI Newsletter

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 Special Event Festschrift in Honor of John E. Wills, Jr. Panelists: Tonio Andrade, Emory University Richard Chu, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Bill Deverell, USC, USC-Huntington Institute on California Charlotte Furth, USC Xing Hang, Brandeis University David Kang, USC, USC Korean Studies Institute Laichen Sun, CSU Fullerton Kenneth Swope, University of Southern… Read More Mar 17 EMSI Newsletter

Mar 14: “Ophelia’s Desire,” a talk by James Marino

Dear Friends and Colleagues, Please join us this Saturday, March 14, 10:00-Noon, in the Danner Conference Room in the Botanical Center at the Huntington to hear James Marino (Cleveland State University), “Ophelia’s Desire.” Coffee, tea, and scones will be available from 9:30, and all are welcome to join us for an informal lunch at the… Read More Mar 14: “Ophelia’s Desire,” a talk by James Marino