Sali 19, University Main Building (new site)
Tupu Ylä-Anttila (Helsinki)Mary of Hungary and Erasmus - How Should a Princess Use Her Learning?
Matthew Growhoski (Vanderbilt)Poetry, Politics, and Other Distractions: The Influence of Extracurricular Reading on the Ideological Development of John Milton and John Barclay”.
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
Melike Çakan (Helsinki)Francis Bacon’s Civil Knowledge and Renaissance scientia civilis
Auditorium 1, University Main Building (old site)
Kaarlo Havu (Helsinki)Rhetoric and Imagination in the 16th Century. From Erasmus to the Jesuits
Angus Gowland (UCL)Reading before Response: Humanists, Scholars, and Pedants in Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy
Jaska Kainulainen (Helsinki/York)Jesuits, Rhetoric and ‘imitatio’
14.30-15.00 Coffee break
Anna Becker (Copenhagen)Gender in the State of Nature