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Speculatory Ingenuity: Writing, Drawing, and Marvell's Last Instructions

Speculatory Ingenuity: Writing, Drawing, and Marvell's Last Instructions
89 Charles St. W, Burwash Senior Common Room
Time: Sep 28th, 4:00 pm End: Sep 28th, 6:00 pm
Interest Categories: Medieval Studies (FAS), History (FAS), Historical Studies (UTM), English and Drama (UTM), English (UTSC), English (FAS), Critical Theory, Communications, Book History/Print Culture, 1500-1800
Lecture by Katherine Acheson, English, University of Waterloo

The Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium is pleased to present:

Katherine O. Acheson, English, University of Waterloo

'Speculatory Ingenuity': Writing, Drawing, and Marvell's 'Last Instructions'

Katherine Acheson is Associate Professor of English and the University of Waterloo.  She edited the Diary of Anne Clifford and has published on Milton, Shakespeare, and Renaissance drama by women. She is presently working on a study of visual rhetoric in seventeenth-century English print culture, and a book and articles on the image of nature, military and horticultural illustrations, microscopy and satire, and tree diagrams, truth, and memory.

The Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium (TRRC) offers a yearly programme of lectures on topics in the period 1350-1700, presented by scholars from Toronto, southern Ontario, and the north-eastern USA, in partnership with the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, and this year with a special lecture co-presented with the University of Toronto Department of English.

The lectures are free and open to the public, but the TRRC requests that regular attenders puchase an inexpensive membership to help with the costs of production.  For further information about this event and the TRRC, please contact Konrad Eisenbichler.

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