POSTPONED TO 30 SEPT: Timur the Lame: Marlowe, Disability, and Form

This event has been postponed to 30 September 2020.


The Oxford Renaissance Online Seminar (OROS) is a temporary online seminar series designed to allow scholars of early modern literature to share and hear new research with a global audience. The series will run from mid-May to mid-September, a period in which conferences and seminars have evaporated from view due to the coronavirus pandemic. Talks in the series will range across the authors, forms and genres of the early modern period, will be given both by established and emerging scholars in the field, from a panoply of academic institutions, and will vary from formal academic papers to more general and informal discussions of a speaker’s current research.

The OROS is run from St Anne’s College, Oxford, where it is convened by Dr Robert Stagg (please direct any enquiries to Talks will be screened through the St Anne’s College, Oxford Facebook page.

The OROS will take place every Wednesday at 8pm UK time.

How to tune in:
At or around the time a seminar is due to begin, go to the St Anne’s College, Oxford Facebook page where talks will be screened through our Facebook Live facility. You do not need a Facebook account to watch these talks. If you want to ask questions of our speakers using the ‘real-time’ comments function, you will need to have or temporarily sign up for a Facebook account.