Doctor of Melancholy: The Heterodox Readers of Jeremias Drexel, S.J. (1581-1638)
450 Jane Stanford Way, Building 460, Stanford, CA 94305
Terrace Room (Rm 426)
Join Renaissances, Stanford’s early modern focal group, as we host Brad Gregory (Henkels Family College Professor of History, University of Notre Dame) with Charlotte Thun-Hohenstein (PhD student, Department of History, Stanford).
The latest iteration of Renaissances’ Graduate Research Series, this event will spotlight Charlotte Thun-Hohenstein’s dissertation chapter, “Doctor of Melancholy: The Heterodox Readers of Jeremias Drexel, S.J. (1581-1638).” Professor Gregory will offer a response to Charlotte’s work before inviting audience questions and roundtable discussion.
To RSVP and receive copies of the work under discussion, please contact Mattea Koon at matteask [at] stanford.edu (matteask[at]stanford[dot]edu).
Sponsored by the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages (DLCL) at Stanford University.