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The Indian Queen and the Queen Who Brought the Indies

20th March 2019, 17:30 to 19:00, Seminar Room, Hallgarth House, Professor Laura Rosenthal (Maryland)

A staff and postgraduate research seminar.

About this Talk

Professor Laura Rosenthal (Maryland) will talk about research emerging from her current manuscript Ways of the World: Theater and Cosmopolitanism in the Restoration and Beyond.

About the Speaker

Laura J. Rosenthal is the author of Infamous Commerce: Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture (Cornell, 2006), which shows how representations of sex work reveal as much about work as they do about sex in novels (Defoe, Richardson, Fielding); scandal narratives (whore biographies, pornography); travel narratives; and reformist writing. She is also author of Playwrights and Plagiarists in Early Modern Drama: Gender, Authorship, Literature Property (Cornell, 1996); editor of Nightwalkers: Prostitute Narratives from the Eighteenth Century (Broadview, 2008); and co-editor (with Donna Heiland) of Literary Study, Measurement, and the Sublime: Disciplinary Assessment (Teagle Foundation, 2011) and (with Mita Choudhury) of Monstrous Dreams of Reason: Body, Self, and Other in the Enlightenment (Bucknell, 2002).

Contact daniel.grausam@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


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