Séminaire Epistémè-PEARL, 09/01/15, 17 h, S. Handley

Nos meilleurs voeux de joies et de succès pour 2015.

Nous aurons le plaisir de nous retrouver dès ce vendredi 9 janvier de 17h à 19 h en salle 16 pour la présentation du nouveau thème 2014-2015 (« Les sens et la construction du genre ») et pour une conférence de Sasha Handley (Manchester University): « Love, loss and the female life-cycle in early modern Britain: a tale of two bedsheets ».
Line Cottegnies et Sandrine Parageau
Sasha Handley specialises in early modern social and cultural history in the British Isles. She teaches a wide range of courses in early modern European history. Before arriving at Manchester in 2012 she worked at the Universities of Warwick, Nottingham, and Northumbria. She held a Simon Postdoctoral Fellowship (Manchester) from 2007-9 and research fellowships from the University of McGill and the Institute of Historical Research. Sasha completed her PhD at the University of Warwick in 2005. She is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and on the Executive Committee of the Social History Society. Sasha is a co-convenor of the ‘Life-Cycles and Life-Styles’ strand of the annual Social History Society conference. Sasha chairs the North West Early Modern Seminar and together with Dr Jenny Spinks, she co-convenes the John Rylands Seminar on Print and Materiality in the Early Modern World.(source: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/Sasha.Handley)
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