On 29-30th November 2021, WINK is holding the International Seminar entitled “The Unchartered Letter: Translation and Reception of Early Modern European Women Writers”, in collaboration with UPF and the Università Degli Studi di Messina. It will be an in-person event.
WINK project director, Carme Font, will give an invited talk at the seminar hosted by professor Sabrina Ebbersmeyer and Women in the History of Early Modern Philosophy, at University of Copenhagen, on 10th June 2021. The talk, entitled Literary Genre
On 18 May 2021, from 9:00-17:00, we hold the second WINK-Lab entitled “Genealogies of knowledge (Women Writers C16-C19): Transmission and Reconstruction of Ideas”. We look forward to meeting you there! Join us via Teams! Request your access link to Helena.Aguila@uab.cat
On 13-22nd April 2021, WINK members will participate in a roundtable at the Renaissance Society of America (Virtual) with a discussion entitled “Genre, Gender, and Print: Can Early Modern Women’s Writing Change the History of the Book?”This roundtable addresses the
On Friday 27 November, 10:30-13:30, we hold the first WINK-Lab entitled “Genealogies of knowledge (Women Writers C16-C19): Education and Social Change”. Join us via Zoom! Request your access link to Helena.Aguila@uab.cat Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp
(Postponed until 2021 due to covid-19.) WINK postdoctoral researcher Helena Aguilà Ruzola and project director Carme Font will hold a research session on WINK’s trans-genre methodology and value recovery in the Dipartimento di Civiltà Antiche e Moderne (DiCAM) at Università
WINK postdoctoral researcher Maxim Rigaux will participate in a research seminar at the University of Chicago center in Paris, organized by Prof. Frederick A. de Armas, in which Dr. Rigaux will discuss the critical foundations for researching the female epic
WINK project director, Carme Font, will give an invited talk at the seminar Figures de la Spiritualité Féminine dans les Espaces Catholiques et Protestants, at Aix-Marseille Université, on 9th December 2019. The talk, entitled Recovering the Value of Early Modern
WINK postdoctoral researcher Maxim Rigaux will present his paper on female interventions in the Spanish epic tradition in the Iberian world (1556-1756) for the Congreso Internacional BIESES: Redes y escritoras en la esfera cultural de la primera Edad Moderna (siglos
WINK doctoral researcher Francesca Blanch Serrat will give a seminar at Keele University for the Early Modern series: Keele Interdisciplinary Early Modern Seminars. Her talk is entitled ‘Writing herself out of reputation’: Age and Gender in Anna Seward’s Posthumous Legacy.
WINK doctoral researcher Francesca Blanch Serrat will conduct a workshop on Anna Seward at the Johnson Birthplace Museum, Lichfield, on October 15, 2019. Her talk is entitled: “Anna Seward in the Johnson Birthplace Museum”. Hosted by the museums’ curator, Joanne
WINK project director, Carme Font, will give a seminar lecture at Women of the Book: A Conference on the Spiritual Lives of Early Modern Women, at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, on 7th September 2019. The lecture, entitled Conscience Matters: A
WINK postdoctoral researcher Helena Aguilà Ruzola will present her paper on feminist interventions in the early modern Spanish print trade at the Congreso Internacional Entreculturas, Universidad de Málaga, Gerard Brenan Room 4, Málaga, 28 June 2019. Share on facebook Share
WINK project director Carme Font will present an overview and the research statement of Women’s Invisible Ink: Trans-Genre Writing and the Gendering of Intellectual Value in Early Modernity in the ERC Iberian Summit at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, 8
WINK project director, Carme Font, will give the keynote talk Hermeneutics of the Feminine: Recovering the Value of Women’s Religious Writings in the Long Reformation, at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, on 19th March 2019. The talk, kindly hosted by