Assistant Prof. Caroline Boswell of Humanistic Studies recently returned from an intensive faculty workshop at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. An international crew of faculty in History and English engaged in readings and discussions on rogues, ‘gypsies,’ vagabonds, prostitutes and other early modern European peoples on the margins. Thanks to the generous support of the Research Council, Boswell will be able to invigorate her course on early modern criminality and begin plotting a new major book project on conceptions of “industriousness” and “idleness” circulating in early modern English political culture.
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