New Approaches to Fulke
Fulke Greville at Kalamazoo
are the sessions organized by Fulke Greville at Kalamazoo since 1999:
Presider: Matthew Woodcock (University College, Oxford)
- Joel B. Davis (University of Oregon): "Stoicism
and Gender: The Conditions of the Literary Quarrel between Fulke Greville
and the Countess of Pembroke."
- Cynthia Bowers (Loyola University, Chicago): "'What
is the meaning of this work?': Fulke Greville, Censorship and Silence."
- Matthew C.Hansen (Independent Scholar): "Mythical
Echoes: Medea, Macbeth, Alaham."
Presider: Matthew Hansen (Nebraska)
Helen Vincent, University College,
Oxford: "Fulke Greville's Women: Theory and Practice"
Scott Lucas, The Citadel: "In
abused sense truth oft miscarries": Enacting the Limits of Human Knowledge
in Fulke Greville's Caelica"
Matthew Steggle, Sheffield Hallam Univ.
"From Buxton to Vienna: Rethinking Greville's Canon and Biography"
Presider: Matthew C. Hansen, Univ. of Nebraska
Andrew King, University College,
Cork: "Fulke Greville and Romance"
Genevieve Guenther, Univ. of
California - Berkeley: "Why Greville Had Sidney Renounce the Ancients"
Joel B. Davis, Oklahoma State
Univ.: "Courtly Paranoia and the Feminine in Fulke Greville's Letter
to an Honorable Lady"
Respondent: Matthew Steggle, Sheffield Hallam