|17 Oct 2015||All day||Trust Room, Fitzwilliam College|
Interdisciplines: Drama, Economics and Law in Early Modern England was a one-day colloquium which examined the intersections between literature, law and economics in early modern England. As part of the broader, European Research Council-funded interdisciplinary project, Crossroads of Knowledge in Early Modern England: the Place of Literature, our speakers were attentive to the epistemic intersections between drama and economy, drama and law: how did legal, social and economic practices of the time condition Renaissance drama? How did the early modern theatre respond to, and, in turn, shape the legal and economic life of the period?
The programme from the event is available here.
Final Panel Discussion:
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|10.15 - 10.45||
|10.45 - 11.00||
|11.00 - 13.30||
Panel 1 – Poverty, Piety and Charity
Respondents: Jennifer Bishop (University of Cambridge), Jason Scott-Warren (University of Cambridge)
Chair: Koji Yamamoto (University of Cambridge)
|13.30 - 14.15||
|14.15 - 16.45||
Panel 2 – Venice and Law
Respondents: Mary Laven (University of Cambridge), Subha Mukherji (University of Cambridge)
Chair: Andrew Zurcher (University of Cambridge)
|16.45 - 17.15||
Break – tea and coffee
|17.15 - 18.00||
Chair: Craig Muldrew (University of Cambridge)
Discussants: Adrian Leonard (University of Cambridge), Julie Sanders (University of Newcastle)
|18.00 - 19.00||
Drinks Reception in The Grove, Fitzwilliam College