CONF: 8 juin 2015, Angela McShane, « Women and the Material Culture of Writing in Early Modern England: A View from the V&A », Sorbonne Nouvelle, s. 16, Projet Objets

Dans le cadre du projet innovant « Les Objets de la littérature baroque » (dir. : Anne-Marie Miller-Blaise), nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à une conférence  d’Angela McShane (V&A) sur : « Writing materials and gender » ,

le lundi 8 juin, de 17 h 00 à 19 h 00 en salle 16, à l’Institut du Monde Anglophone,

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, 5 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris.

Angela McShane is Senior Tutor and Head of Early Modern Studies (V&A) for the V&A/RCA programme in History of Design.

She is a social and cultural historian broadly interested in popular politics and the material culture of the everyday in early modern England. Her current research projects explore popular political music and the material culture of drinking in 17th – 19th century England. Her major publications include Political Broadside Ballads of Seventeenth-Century England: A Critical Bibliography; and several co-edited journals and volumes including Cultures of Intoxication (a Past and Present special edition) and The Extraordinary and the Everyday in Early Modern England. She has published numerous essays in scholarly journals and edited volumes, and in books accompanying major exhibition and gallery projects at the V&A, such as Quilts and Princely Treasures: European Masterpieces 1600-1800.

Angela is currently Co-investigator for two major research council-funded projects: the ESRC/AHRC-funded initiative, Intoxicants and Early Modernity, England 1580–1750 (V&A/Sheffield), and the AHRC-funded Hit Songs of the Seventeenth Century and their Significance.

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