|3 Mar 2017 - 4 Mar 2017||All day||SG1, Alison Richard Building|
Registration for this event has now closed.
This conference explored the intersections between natural philosophy and literature and was part of the research project, Crossroads of Knowledge in Early Modern England: the Place of Literature, a five-year ERC-funded project based at the Faculty of English and CRASSH, University of Cambridge. The programme for the event is available here and Rachel E. Holmes created a Storify about the colloquium which is available here.
Subha Mukherji, Rachel E. Holmes, Elizabeth L. Swann, Tim Stuart-Buttle, Rebecca Tomlin
Lorraine Daston (MPI History of Science), Mary Floyd-Wilson (UNC Chapel Hill), Cassie Gorman (ARU), Torrance Kirby (McGill University), Sachiko Kusukawa (Cambridge), Rhodri Lewis, (Oxford), Ayesha Mukherjee (Exeter), Kathryn Murphy (Oxford), Jane Partner (Cambridge), Richard Serjeantson (Cambridge), Felix Sprang (Siegen), Elizabeth L. Swann (Cambridge), Henry S.Turner (Rutgers University), Michael Witmore (Folger Library).
This project, KNOWING, has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7-2007-2013). Grant agreement No. 617849.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, but be aware that this project has closed and emails are not monitored frequently – we apologise for any delay in replying to you.
|Friday 3 March|
Coffee and Registration.
Welcome: Subha Mukherji (Prinicipal Investigator)
Chair: Subha Mukherji (University of Cambridge)
Chair: Sarah Howe (University College London)
Chair: Jennifer Rampling (Princeton University)
Chair: Tim Stuart-Buttle (University of Cambridge)
Drinks reception in the ARB Atrium
|Saturday 4 March|
Chair: Sietske Fransen (University of Cambridge)
Chair: Rachel E. Holmes (University of Cambridge)
Kathryn Murphy (University of Oxford) Articulate Voices: The Speaking World in the Works of Francis Bacon
Chair: David Parry (University of Cambridge)
Chair: Rebecca Tomlin (University of Cambridge)
Roundtable: Chair: Richard Oosterhoff (University of Cambridge)