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Transnationality and Cultural Mobility in the Netherlands

Jan Bloemendal, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands

April 10, 2018 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm EDT · 127 East Pyne

Committee on Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

The Netherlands were a crossroad of literature. The question will be how such a relatively small state could play such an important role in the transnationality of European literature. This question will be discussed focusing on Neo-Latin drama from the sixteenth century, in which the Low Countries played a very important role. What functions did these dramas have, and how were they disseminated across Europe? In what ways can we map and analyse this dissemination?

Co-sponsored by the Early Modern Colloquium (Department of English)

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