249. Early Modern Cosmopolitanism
Monday, 4 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 307, Hynes
Program arranged by the Society for German Renaissance and Baroque Literature
Presiding: Bethany Wiggin, Univ. of Pennsylvania
1. "Cosmopolitanism Meets Slavery and Exploitation: The Dutch Colony of Surinam in Maria Merian's Metamorphosis (1705)," Charlotte Woodford, Univ. of Cambridge, Selwyn Coll.
2. "The German-Language Literature of the Early Modern Baltic Rim: Literacy of Tallinn in the Early Seventeenth Century," Aigi Heero, Tallinn Univ.
3. "The Mechanics of Cosmopolitanism: Lohenstein's Sophonisbe," Anh Nguyen, Johns Hopkins Univ., MD
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