Department of English

University of Toronto

Early Modern Interdisciplinary Graduate Forum VII

Event date: Thursday, April 04, 2019, from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Location: ictoria University Common Room, Burwash Hall (89 Charles Street West, rear entrance)

The Early Modern Interdisciplinary Graduate Forum

The Early Modern Interdisciplinary Graduate Forum (EMIGF) is a monthly event hosted by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) at the University of Toronto. EMIGF is a platform for PhD candidates, post-docs, fellows, and recent graduates to deliver papers in an informal setting. Our mandate is to provide junior and emerging scholars with the opportunity to present work in progress, and to facilitate dialogue on current topics in early modern research across the disciplines. EMIGF meetings are well attended by graduate students, faculty, and fellows from the early modern community at the University of Toronto and beyond.

Our featured speakers in April 2019:

Lindsay Sidders (PhD candidate, Department of History, University of Toronto): ” ‘Criaturas, criados, crollos’: New Spain’s Creatures, Subjects, and Creoles in the Early Colonial Project”

and

Sarah Reeser (PhD candidate, Department of History, University of Toronto): “Turning the Page to a ‘New World’: Reconsidering an Early Printed Map of the Caribbean”

Please consider joining us for our final meeting of the 2018-2019 year and, following immediately after the discussion, for the CRRS year-end reception!

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