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Literature Matters: Seventeenth-Century Cabinets of Curiosities and Why an English Professor Studies Them
Posted on 2017-11-29 in Events
Dec 6, 2017
Join Brent Nelson for this Literature Matters talk
Talks by members of the Department of English
Seventeenth-Century Cabinets of Curiosities and Why an English Professor Studies Them
by Brent Nelson, PhD
Wednesday, Dec. 06
Grace-Westminster United Church (Social Hall, 505 10th Street East)
This talk will introduce the cabinet of curiosities, precursor of the modern museum, and will examine how writers in this period (taking John Donne as an example) engaged this culture of collecting and reflected changing notions of curiosity on the cusp of the modern era.
CMRS Colloquium Series: Textual Communities: Or, Everyone an Editor
Posted on 2018-03-13
New online collaborative editing system brings more to Canterbury Tales
REGINA EXCHANGE: Popular Songs and the Modernist Dystopia: Brave New World and Nineteen Eighty-Four
Posted on 2018-03-07
1984 has never sounded this good. U of R Associate Professor Alex MacDonald presents songs of the Modernist dystopia.
Career Options for English Majors- What's Next?
Posted on 2018-03-05
Wondering what's next? Come to our Career Options Event on Wed March 7.
Literature Matters: Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Season Preview
Posted on 2018-03-01
Titus A. Puppet Revenge: Thinking about and rethinking Titus Andronicus
Poetry reading with Mika Lafond and Bill Robertson
Posted on 2018-02-27
Poetry reading with Bill Robertson and Mike Lafond
Literature Matters: The Lyric Voice in Lady Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus
Posted on 2018-02-21
Join Danila Sokolov for an up-close look at love, lyricism and Petrarchist legacy in Lady Mary Wroth's poetry.