Renaissance war poetry

Tuesday 25th February 2020 - 18:30

Renaissance war poetry and its discontents
Prof Matthew Woodcock - School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing
Although literature by combatants from the First World War has long had a place in the popular consciousness and in school and university curricula, far less attention has been paid to writings produced by practitioners and exponents of the Renaissance art of war. This lecture by Prof Woodcock explores the complicated relationship between arms and the arts, both in Tudor and Stuart England, and in the twenty-first-century academy.
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Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre
Type:Talk or discussion