Tuesday, 28 December
260. Seventeenth-Century Women
3:30–4:45 p.m., Grand Ballroom Salon J, Philadelphia Marriott
Program arranged by the Division on Seventeenth-Century English Literature
Presiding: Katharine M. Gillespie, American Univ.
1. “Strange Bedfellows: Arbella Stuart, the King of Scots, and the ‘Most Pardonable Presumption’ of Prose,” Elizabeth A. Mazzola, City Coll., City Univ. of New York
2. “Polluted Palaces: Gender, Sexuality, and Property in Lucy Hutchinson’s Elegies,” Pamela Susanne Hammons, Univ. of Miami
3. “The Letters of the Commonwealth: Sarah Wight, Deborah Huish, and the Epistolary Counterpublic,” Catharine Gray, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana
4. “‘All Science Lyes as Open to a Lady as to a Man’: Damaris Masham’s Egalitarian Philosophy,” Michal Michelson, Bar Ilan Univ.
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