|Horace Walpole 1717-1797|
"The Many Lives of Horace Walpole" Lecture by George E. Haggerty
October 26, 5:30 PM
Yale Center for British Art Lecture Hall
1080 Chapel St., New Haven, CT 06510
In his charming biography of Horace Walpole, R.W. Ketton-Cremer makes the point that “one of the difficulties which confront a biographer of Walpole is his remarkable versatility. He was active in many fields—in politics, social life, literature, architecture, antiquarianism, printing, virtù; and it is not easy to include them all in the compass of a single volume.”
George E. Haggerty, Distinguished Professor and Chair
Department of English, University of California, Riverside, who is currently writing a new biography of Horace Walpole, will take up this challenge in his lecture with and through Walpole’s letters. Haggerty asserts that Walpole writes himself into his experience by means of his epistolary imagination.
Professor Haggerty’s talk will be streamed live from the Yale Center for British Art at: https://britishart.yale.edu/multimedia-video/26/5796
"Queer Biography and the Archives" Roundtable with George E. Haggerty
October 27, 2:30 TO 4:45 PM
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
121 Wall St., New Haven, CT 06511
Discussants include Abby Coykendall, Jason Farr, Caroline Gonda, Paul Kelleher, Ellen Malenas Ledoux, Susan Lanser, and Timothy Young.
Registration is required for the roundtable.
To register, please click or tap here: http://walpole.library.yale.edu/webform/queer-biography-and-archives-roundtable-george-haggerty
|Castle of Otranto (1764) from 1794 German edition|