Rethinking Language and Eloquence

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Co-sponsored by the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute and the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, University of Toronto

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Rethinking Language and Eloquence

 

A Colloquium Co-sponsored by the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute and the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, University of Toronto


 


Organizers:

 

Ethan Matt Kavaler
University of Toronto

Peter Mancall
USC Dornsife

 


Speakers:

 

Heidi Brayman (USC)

Samantha Chang (CRRS)


Frederic Clark (USC)


Paul Cohen (CRRS)



Harrison Diskin (USC)
 

Alejandra Dubcovsky (USC)

Konrad Eisenbichler (CRRS)


Adam Gilbert (USC)

Heather James (USC)
 
Ethan Matt Kavaler (CRRS)

 
Sophia Nuñez (USC)
 
Amanda Ruud (USC)

 
Carole Shammas (USC)
 
Philip Sohm (CRRS)
 
Misha Teramura (CRRS)

 
Andrea Walkden (CRRS)

Deanne Williams (CRRS)

"'Dumb Eloquence': Silence and Signing in Early Modern England"
"If Not Saint Luke, Then Who? Women's Self-Portraits in Early Modern Europe"
"Periodizing Eloquence: The Ages of Latin Literature in Early Modern Humanism"
"Rethinking Antonio de Nebrija and the Relationship Between States, Empires, and Languages in the Early Modern Atlantic World"
"Eloquent Matter: Objects as Rhetoric in the 17th-Century Dutch Atlantic?"
"'I Will Not Divide or Give It': Timucua Language and Power"
"When ‘the Truth of Christ’ is Wrong: Wrong Language in a Sixteenth-Century Manuscript"
"Hidden Eloquence in Fifteenth-Century French Chansons"
"The Truth of Eloquence: Parrhesia and the Forms of Fiction"
"Pieter Bruegel’s Netherlandish Proverbs as Critique of Popular Wisdom"
"Anatomies of Eloquence: The Body, Soul, and Clothing of Texts"
“‘Runne you to the Rhetoricians?’: Believing in Apostrophe in The Winter’s Tale”
"The Switch to the Vernacular and the Issue of Eloquence"
"Writing the Act of Painting: Early-Modern Poietic Picture Titles"
"The Cacographic Renaissance: Reading and Not Reading in English Manuscript Culture"
"Du Bartas and the Language of Creational Things"
"What Did Girls Say When They Spoke on Early English Stages?"

 Program: https://crrs.ca/new/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/USC-CRRS-Colloquium-Program-1.pdf