Resident Fellows Seminar: "Surreptitious Subversions: Breaking Institutional Codes in Ancien Rgime France"

Paul Scott, French & Italian
Focusing on subversion in early modern France, Scott's project identifies and analyzes printed sources of subversion of social, political, and religious codes, particularly more covert transgressive sentiments, by French writers and thinkers.
April 04, 2013
12:00 pm - 01:30 pm
Hall Center, Conference Hall
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