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Conference @ Columbia: Early Modern English Transnationalism(s)
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4/19/2013
When: 19 April 2013
9:00-5:30 pm
Where: Columbia University
Heyman Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room and Butler Library, Room 523
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: John Kuhn

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Early Modern English Transnationalism(s): Columbia University, Heyman Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room and Butler Library, Room 523. Friday, 19 April 2012, 9:00-5:30.

This one-day conference brings together literary scholars and historians with postcolonial, Atlantic, and comparative interests, and asks how and whether transnationalism—a critical paradigm suddenly in vogue--can be useful to early modern English studies. What are the critical genealogies of this approach? How does it differ—politically, methodologically—from its forerunners? In what ways does it break down—or create—barriers between and within disciplines? How does it change our perception of the social and political formations of which early modern England was part? Speakers include Pamela Brown (UConn), Karl Wennerlind (Barnard), Christopher Iannini (Rutgers), Valerie Forman (NYU Gallatin), David Baker (UNC), Ania Loomba (UPenn), and Barbarba Fuchs (UCLA).

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