Friday, 28 December
319. Ink as Metaphor and Material Practice in Early Modern England
3:30–4:45 p.m., Columbian, Hyatt Regency
A special session
Presiding: Adam Smyth, Univ. of Reading
1. “Black Wrappers,” Juliet Fleming, Univ. of Cambridge
2. “Inky Toyes: Philip Sidney and the Limits of Material Poesy,” Francis X. Connor, Univ. of Virginia
3. “‘More Letters Sadly Penned in Blood’: Blood as Ink in Early Modern Complaint Poetry,” Joanne Diaz, Northwestern Univ.
Respondent: Karen R. Britland, Keele Univ.
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