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Graduate Research Series: "Signification: Analogy in Pre-Modern Ontotheology"

Prof. Timothy Harrison, University of Chicago and Mattea Scheiber Koon, Stanford
Mon May 13th 2024, 6:00 - 8:30pm
Event Sponsor
Renaissances at Stanford and the Stanford Humanities Center
Humanities Center Baker Room

Renaissances is thrilled to announce the upcoming iteration of its Graduate Research Series, “Signification: Analogy in Pre-Modern Ontotheology.” 

Join us for dinner in the Humanities Center Baker Room on Monday, May 13, at 6:00 p.m. as we host Professor Timothy Harrison (English, University of Chicago) in conversation with Mattea Scheiber Koon (English, Stanford). 

This event pairs Mattea’s dissertation chapter, “Signification: Analogy in Pre-Modern Ontotheology,” with Professor Harrison’s recent work on John Milton. Our speakers will introduce their research, discuss their (pre-circulated) draft materials, and share responses to one another’s texts. Renaissances coordinators will then moderate audience discussion and Q&A.

To RSVP for dinner and to receive copies of the works under discussion, please complete this brief form.