British Political Thought in History, Literature, and Theory
A Conference at the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC
Thursday evening, Friday, and Saturday
31 March – 2 April 2005
Sponsored by The Folger Institute’s Center for the History of British Political Thought to reflect on the first two decades of its remapping of a field of inquiry and identify new areas for future study.
Speakers include: Nicholas Canny, Richard E. Flathman, Andrew Hadfield, Jean E. Howard, Duncan Ivison, Colin Kidd, Kirstie McClure, John Morrill, Karen O’Brien, J. G. A. Pocock, Gordon Schochet, Lois Schwoerer, Joanne Wright, and Steven Zwicker, with Quentin Skinner serving as the conference’s respondent.
Folger Institute funds support grants-in-aid for Folger consortium affiliates. Center funds extend eligibility for travel and lodging grants to graduate students and faculty from U.S. institutions. Application deadline is 3 January 2005.
Visit “Program Offerings” at the website listed below for conference details, speakers’ abstracts, and registration information. Registration deadline is 1 March 2005.
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