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Hugh Craig and Arthur F. Kinney (eds). Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Publisher’s description:

In this book Craig, Kinney and their collaborators confront the main unsolved mysteries in Shakespeare’s canon through computer analysis of Shakespeare’s and other writers’ styles. 124 more words


Seminar on Wednesday 5 May

Taylan Güngör (SOAS)

Byzantine Privileges to Ottoman Capitulations: From Tradition to Burden

The seminar will take place at 17:15, in 11 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3RA. 10 more words


The Annals of King T'aejo: An Interview

Byonghyon Choi’s new book makes a key document of Korean and world history available in English in a volume that will be tremendously useful for both scholarship and teaching.  64 more words


Translating Recipes 9: Recipes in Time and Space Part 3 - IF

The third part of a multi-part series exploring time and space in (Manchu) recipe literature and in translation has just been posted at The Recipes Project… 70 more words


Tweeting Da Vinci: An Interview

Ann C. Pizzorusso’s new book is a creative and gorgeously illustrated meeting of geology, art history, and Renaissance studies. Arguing that understanding Italy’s geological history can significantly inform how we see its art, literature, medicine, architecture, and more, Tweeting Da Vinci takes a deeply interdisciplinary approach to engaging the cultural history of Italy from the Etruscans to Da Vinci and beyond. 23 more words


Call for Papers: The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland, 1500-1750

3-4 September 2015 in The Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin
Organised By: The Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter
Supported By: The Wellcome Trust… 588 more words

History Of Medicine

Notes: Christopher Marlowe, "Live with me and be my love" or "The Passionate Shepherd to His Love"

“Passionate Shepherd to His Love” / “(Come) Live with me and by my love”