11 Mar 2022 · 12.45 pm

Maud Meyzaud: Chanting Letters. Hardenberg’s Theory of Prose

Venue: Brown University, Cogut Institute, Pembroke Hall, 172 Meeting St, Providence, RI 02912, USA
Contact: Maud Meyzaud

Lecture as part of the series Romantic Philologies at Brown University, Providence

How might the study of Romanticism benefit from the renewed interest in philological practices and reflections? And conversely: what do scholars of Romanticism bring to the table in the broader debates around philology and the humanities?

The conference will be held as a hybrid event with both an in-person and a Zoom audience.

For virtual attendance, please register here.
No registration required for in-person attendance.

Maud Meyzaud is literary scholar and research associate with the project Al-Andalus and the Origins of Orientalism: “Ḥayy ibn Yaqẓān” and its Journey through the European Enlightenment.