Perlego: Methods of Research in Literature and the Visual Arts

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Perlego: Methods of Research in Literature and the Visual Arts

Thursday 6 June

Park 5, Somerville College

 

4:30-6:30 pm

We are delighted to host the second roundtable session of PERLEGO, a new series exploring methods of research in literature and the visual arts. We will be welcoming four scholars from across the University who will talk to us about how their research in different fields combines texts and images, and what methodological questions this raises.

 

4.30: Tea /Coffee and Welcome

4.40: Professor Gervase Rosser (History of Art, St. Catherine’s) - Giotto and Dante again. Looking and reading in fourteenth-century Italy

4.50: Dr Jennifer Oliver (French, St. John's) - Renaissance animal-machines: visual and textual analogies

5.00: Discussion

5.30: Dr Nicholas Perkins (English, St. Hugh's) - Seeing Things in Medieval English Romances

5.40: Rachel Skokowski (French, University) - Prints and Process: Intersections between Literature and Printmaking in 19th-century France

5.50: Discussion
6.20: Closing Remarks

 

For more information please email: rebecca.bowen@some.ox.ac.uk or vittoria.fallanca@pmb.ox.ac.uk

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