Thora Brylowe: Works In Progress Lunchtime Talk

Thora Brylowe

“John Landseer in The Examiner: Engraving, Close Reading, and the Law”

Wednesday November 9th, 2011
12 noon
501 Cathedral of Learning

Thora Brylowe is interested in connections between editing, collecting, print
technology, copyright law, and the history of authorship. She is currently at work
on a book-length study entitled Print, Paint, Poem: The Sister Arts as Cultural
Practice, which looks at crosscurrents in the fields of visual art and literary
production, from the establishment of the Royal Academy of Arts in England through
the “crisis in the arts” just after the turn of the nineteenth century. This talk is
taken from part of the last chapter.

The Literature Program Works-in-Progress Colloquium is a joint venture of the
Literature Committee and the GSO. It provides a forum for literature faculty and
advanced graduate students to present their recent work to the departmental
community. Please join us, and feel free to bring your lunch. (Really! We will be
eating! And there will be cookies. So please come.)

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