The TEMS Workshop organizes conversations around works in progress by scholars of the early modern period. We welcome everyone, especially faculty and graduate students in the Humanities. The workshop offers an opportunity for interdisciplinary, collaborative reflection on the relationship between history, literature, the fine arts, philosophy and the sciences.
We welcome feedback and suggestions for future TEMS events. Please e-mail any of the TEMS organizers with your ideas.
PAPERS CIRCULATE IN ADVANCE. Hard copies of readings are available for pick-up in Social Sciences 634 or in Folwell Hall 255. They can also be obtained as electronic attachments in PDF format.