“Going Goth: (Mis)uses of the Medieval Past in 17th-century Britain and 19th-century America,” a history and literature roundtable with Newton Key and Christopher Hanlon, moderated by Suzie Park, will be held in Booth Library Conference Room, 20 October 2010, 4:00-5:00. This event is sponsored by the Medieval Studies Committee.
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Newton Key, will be delivering a paper, “Seditious Talk or Sedition?: Restoring social history to the study of revolutionary situations in Restoration England,” as part of the Honoring David Cressy panels, at the Midwest Conference on British Studies, Cleveland, 8-10 October 2010.
Newton Key delivered a paper, “Courting the Crowd: Patrician-Plebeian Interactions in Restoration London Political Culture,” at the Restoration London Conference, at the Institute of Historical Research, London, 22–23 September 2010.