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Dear Members of the Sidney-Spenser Discussion List,

Please note the following Shakespeare Association of America Seminar (Denver 2020) of likely interest to Spenser and Sidney scholars. It has been organized with care by Rebecca Totaro, who is currently serving on the International Spenser Society executive committee. It would be wonderful to see many of you participate.

For information on joining the SAA and applying for the seminar, see the following:

http://www.shakespeareassociation.org/membership/

Seminar registration begins July 1.


20. Keeping Care in Early Modern England

Rebecca Totaro

(Florida Gulf Coast University)

This seminar will examine “keeping care” for others in post-Reformation England, especially as represented by Spenser, Shakespeare, and women writers. Natural disasters and the halt of Catholic relief efforts renewed questions of who needed, provided, and paid for this care. Papers might consider caregiving and characters (e.g., Spenser’s Belphoebe, Shakespeare’s Ariel, Wroth’s Denia) and/or in A or in A View; associated affective dimensions; care networks; archival finds; and/or uncompensated labor.


with regards,


Tiffany Werth

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Tiffany Jo Werth, Associate Professor
University of California, Davis
Dept. of English, 214 Voorhies Hall
One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616


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President, International Spenser Society
Oecologies: Inhabiting Premodern Worlds


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