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Home and World: 1500-1800
February 20, 2004, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center
University of California, Santa Barbara
 

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Patricia Fumerton

 

Opening Remarks: Patricia Fumerton, University of California, Santa Barbara

Frances Dolan

 

Featured Speaker: Frances Dolan, Professor of English, University of California, Davis
“Locating the Early Modern English Home”

 

Stephen Deng

Siraj Ahmed

Melissa Sodeman

Panel 1: Domestic & Global Economies

Moderator: Lee Bliss, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Stephen Deng, University of California, Santa Barbara
    "'So Pale, So Lame, So Lean, So Ruinous': Counterfeiting and the Circulation of Foreign Coins in Early Modern England"
  • Siraj Ahmed, Mount Holyoke College
    “Private Affect & Global History”
  • Melissa Sodeman, University of California, Los Angeles
    “The Family Tour in Smollett’s Humphry Clinker

Donna Bohanan

Featured Speaker: Donna Bohanan, Professor of History, Auburn University
“Interior Decoration in the Noble Homes of Late Seventeenth-Century Dauphiné”

 

Michelle V. Packer

Dale Tomich

Ellen K. Johnson

Panel 2: Home and World in Early Modern Visual Culture

Moderator: Ronald W. Tobin, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Michelle V. Packer, University of California, Santa Barbara
    “Gerrit Dou, Franciscus de la Boe Sylvius, and the City of Leiden: Creating a Public Identity in the Home”
  • Dale Tomich (presenting) and Charles Burroughs, Binghamton University
    “The Great House in the Landscape: The Cuban Ingenio”
  • Ellen K. Johnson, Arizona State University
    “The Taste for Bringing the Outside In: Imperialism, Domesticity, and Landscape Wallpaper (1775-1825)”

Toni Bowers

Featured Speaker: Toni Bowers, Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania
“Home and World in Eighteenth-Century Scotland: John Galt's Annals of the Parish

 

Julia Major

Kimberly Knight

Jacob Berman

Panel 3: National & Imperial Identities

Moderator: Mark Rose, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Julia Major, University of California, Davis
    “Worldbreaking in Ireland: Listening for Echoes in the Symbolic Ground of Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene, Book VI”
  • Kimberly Knight, California State Univerity, Northridge
    “Leaving Gender Behind: Cross-dressing in the Culture of Imperialism ”
  • Jacob Berman, University of California, Santa Barbara
    “Captive Identities: Early American Nationalism and the Image of the Arab”

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