Ben Jonson’s Workes and their contexts: 400 years on

This day conference, hosted by the Sheffield Centre for Early Modern Studies, celebrates the 400th anniversary of Ben Jonson’s folio Workes (printed in 1616). Its publication was a landmark in English literary history, grouping together Jonson’s work in multiple genres, Continue reading Ben Jonson’s Workes and their contexts: 400 years on

Ben Jonson: registration now open

Registration is now open for ‘Ben Jonson’s Workes and Their Contexts’, an interdisciplinary conference marking the 400th anniversary of Ben Jonson’s folio Workes (printed in 1616). Its publication was a landmark in English literary history, grouping together Jonson’s work in Continue reading Ben Jonson: registration now open

Lorna Hutson: Thinking with Causes: Henry V and Scotland

King Henry V in profile, by an unknown artist. Image from the National Portrait Gallery (NPG 545).

King Henry V. (NPG 545) Unknown artist, oil on panel, late 16th or early 17th century. Image from the National Portrait Gallery. Used here under Creative Commons License 3.0. Written at the time of the accession of a Scots king Continue reading Lorna Hutson: Thinking with Causes: Henry V and Scotland