Networking Early Modern Women is a day-long, multi-site event dedicated to incorporating women and their relationships into the social networks of early modern Britain. 

WHEN: Saturday, January 23rd
WHERE: Hunt Library, IDeATe Studio A (106B), online via #NetworkingWomen and NetworkingWomen.slack.com

Taking place both online and in person, the event will begin at 10:30AM EST with a live-streamed, keynote address from Professor Amanda Herbert, author of Female Alliances: Gender, Identity, and Friendship in Early Modern Britain, a book recently named the best book of 2015 by the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women.

This event is sponsored by the Six Degrees of Francis Bacon (Six Degrees) project, Carnegie Mellon University, the Pittsburgh Consortium and Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Please visit the Department of English website to read more.

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