Early modern intoxicants at Boston conference

RSA Boston 2016 Panels: Intoxicants and Early Modernity

View of Boston from Wikimedia Commons. Woodcut from Wellcome Library, London.

Further to our CFP back in May, we’re pleased to report that three panels on Intoxicants and Early Modernity featuring ten papers have been included in the programme of the Renaissance Society of America’s nextAnnual Conference, which will take place in Boston, Massachusetts, in early 2016. The full conference schedule is now online; our sessions will run consecutively on the afternoon of Friday 1 April (1.30–7pm) in the Tremont Room of the Park Plaza Hotel. Here are the details, with links through to paper abstracts:

Intoxicants and Early Modernity I: Strange Rituals

1.30-3pm
Chair: Edward Muir (Northwestern University)

Intoxicants and Early Modernity II: Concepts and Conceptual Change

3.30-5pm
Chair: B. Ann Tlusty (Bucknell College)

Intoxicants and Early Modernity III: Intoxicating Discourses

5.30-7pm
Chair: Allen J. Grieco (Villa I Tatti)

 

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