The Renaissance is now (from Katherine Eggert)

| September 28, 2010

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William Kuskin on the medieval/early modern divide

| September 17, 2010

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Julian Yates on Actor Network Theory and the question of matter

| September 16, 2010

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David Glimp on security and the genres of emergency

| September 13, 2010

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Henry Turner on dramatic form, technology, and the corporation

| September 9, 2010

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