This blog continues conversations that began at the “Reading Publics Residential Workshop” which took place at the University of Warwick from July 9-20, 2012. It was one of a series of collaborative programs between the University of Warwick Centre for the Study of the Renaissance and the Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies. It was funded by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and organized by Prof. Simon Gilson, Dr. Maude Vanhaelen and Dr. David Lines.

The goal of this blog is to continue sharing ideas, thoughts and our own work on Renaissance reading publics in a forum that fosters lively discussion and respectful debate. Please feel free to post new ideas, what you’re currently working on, your recent experience in an archive, or any other reflections you might want to share.

If you would like to join in the conversation please send an email to Bryan Brazeau indicating your name, institution, level of study and topic of research (bryan.brazeau AT nyu DOT edu).



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