Monthly Archives: November 2019

November 2019 – “I leave the Reader to judge and compare ’em”: Computational Explorations of Aphra Behn’s Dramatic Dubia

Mel Evans for the SSEMWG Blog

Aphra Behn and her literary works, as is often the case with pioneers, have been subject to extensive criticism and derogation. Accusations of plagiarism, salacious and bawdy content, and poor literary merit were directed at her theatrical, prose and poetic works throughout her lifetime, and subsequent criticism and popular opinion has often adopted a similar stance. More recently, Continue reading

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cfp: “Women’s Voices of the Middle Ages and Renaissance”

CALL FOR PAPERS: “Women’s Voices of the Middle Ages and Renaissance” A symposium to be held on March 13, 2020 in the Joseph F. Smith Building on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, sponsored by BYU’s Department … Continue reading

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