[Milton-L] Reimagining the Cavalier, Newcastle University, 11 September 2015

Christopher Burlinson cmb29 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Aug 10 14:00:26 EDT 2015

'Reimagining the Cavalier': A One-Day Symposium

Newcastle University, 11 September 2015

Percy Building, Room G.10

Speakers include: Hero Chalmers (Cambridge), Jerome de Groot 
(Manchester), James Loxley (Edinburgh), Nigel Smith (Princeton)

The symposium is free, but please email ruth.connolly at ncl.ac.uk to 
register your attendance.

Further information available here: 

Twitter: @MEMS_Newcastle

Full programme:

9.30: Welcome and Introduction
9.45: Nigel Smith (Princeton), ‘Cross-Channel Cavaliers’
10.45: Nicholas McDowell (Exeter University), ‘Towards a Redefinition of 
Cavalier Poetics’
Christopher Burlinson (University of Cambridge): ‘Finest Gossamore’
12.00: Hero Chalmers (Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge), ‘“But not 
laughing”: Horsemanship and the Idea of the Cavalier’
Ruth Connolly (Newcastle University), ‘[Men] unclothed of themselves’: 
exposure, dispossession and ugly feelings in Lucasta (1659)’
13.00: Lunch
14.00: James Loxley (Edinburgh University), ‘Poetry, Portraiture and 
Praise: the
Rhetoric of Cavalier Ekphrasis’
14.45: Kate Gath (Sheffield University), ‘Hellish Cavaliering Devils’: 
Cavalier Stereotypes in Restoration Farce’
Catriona Murray (Edinburgh University), ‘Re-constructing the Cavalier 
Family: Parental Politics and Nineteenth-Century Images of Charles I and 
his Children’
16.00: Jerome de Groot (Manchester University),  ‘How to write the 
History of a Cultural Trope’
16.45: Round table: ‘The Cavalier’ as interdisciplinary field

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