Please join the Renaissance Colloquium in welcoming Dianne Mitchell delivering her talk entitled Resolving Jane: Form and Fragmentation in Hester Pulter’s Manuscript Lyrics.
Dianne Mitchell received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and comes to Boulder after two years as a Junior Research Fellow in English at The Queen’s College, Oxford. Dianne’s work explores the intersections of lyric form and the material world of early modern texts. She is writing a book, Paper Intimacies, about the surprising forms of intimacy afforded by Renaissance lyrics as mobile, social, and ever-changing handwritten objects. Dianne loves to write about and teach with manuscripts, wedding approaches from book history, formalist study, and queer theory in her scholarship and classroom. She frequently collaborates with the Oxford-based scholar Katherine Hunt.