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John Milton's Republican Poetics and the Politics of Paradise Lost

Posted on 2017-12-07 in Events
Jan 17, 2018

Illustration for John Milton’s “Paradise Lost," 1866, Gustave Doré.

Ms. Tara Chambers will present her Works in Progress paper, titled "John Milton's Republican Poetics and the Politics of Paradise Lost."

Date: Wednesday, January 17, 2017

Time: 3:30 p.m.

Room:  Arts 143

Tara is a U of S Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Fellow, and SSHRC Doctoral Fellow specializing in Renaissance literature. She is also the Editor In Chief of the University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Research Journal. Tara received her M.A. from the University of Saskatchewan for her work on the "Februarie Eclogue" of Edmund Spenser's The Shepheardes Calender. Tara’s doctoral research, under the supervision of Ron W. Cooley, Professor Emeritus, focuses on John Milton’s republican poetics and the politics of Paradise Lost.

tara Chambers
Tara Chambers, SSHRC Doctoral Fellow


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