Irish Renaissance Seminar – University College Cork – Saturday 16th May 2015
“Mapping Conflict and Power”
1.30 – 2.45pm Plenary: Prof. Philip Schwyzer (University of Exeter), “Marching on the Borders of the Pale”
2.45– 3.15pm Refreshments
3.15– 4.30pm Dr Darragh Greene (University College Dublin), “‘The grace of the contention’: Power and Conflict in Chaucer and Shakespeare’s Tales of Palamon and Arcite”
Dr Danielle Magnusson (University of Washington), “Playing with Loss: Economic Tensions and Domestic Politics in the Wakefield Cycle”
David Roy (University College Cork), “Mapping Edmund Spenser’s Munster Estate”
Kindly supported by UCC’s School of English and the Society for Renaissance Studies.
For further details, please contact Dr Edel Semple (UCC).