Twice a year since 1986, this seminar brings together interested scholars to read and discuss precirculated papers on aspects of Milton studies. Each meeting is conducted by a seminar leader, who delivers a brief presentation and leads a discussion based upon a paper he or she has written.
Sponsored by DePaul University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Northwestern University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Newberry’s Milton Seminar is directed by Christopher Kendrick, Loyola University Chicago; David A. Loewenstein, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Paula McQuade, DePaul University; and Regina Schwartz, Northwestern University.
The seminars are free and open to the public; registration in advance is required. Precirculated papers will be sent electronically to all registrants.
A paper description will be posted soon.
Coffee and refreshments will be served before the seminar.
Learn more about the speaker: Wendy Furman-Adams, Whittier College