Presentations

Conference Presentations

Timur the Lame: Marlowe, Disability, and the Politics of Form,” Eighth International Marlowe Conference (July 2018)

Bartholomew Fair and the Performativity of Place,” Ben Jonson: Literary Transactions Across Cultural Environments (July 2017)

John Norden and the Technologies of Emplacement,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Early Modern Technologies of Space and Place (April 2017)

Shifting Ecologies in Bartholomew Fair,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Ben Jonson in Space (March 2016)

Ecological Thinking on the Early Modern English Stage,” Moving Minds: Converting Cognition and Emotion in History (March 2016)

Marlowe and the Territoriality of Thought,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Landscape, Space, and Place in Early Modern Literature (April 2015)

Digital Spaces,” THATCamp Southeast 2014 (March 2014)

The Ecology of Remembrance: Memory, Place, and Affect in Marlowe’s Dido,” Seventh International Marlowe Conference (June 2013)

Bartholomew Fair and the Performativity of Smithfield,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Theorizing Repetition (March 2013)

A Sense of Location: Cartography, Emplacement, and King Lear,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Shakespeare in Place (April 2012)

The Contemplative Cosmos: Cognition, Extension, and Space in Ficino’s De Amore,” Renaissance Society of America (March 2012)

Phenomenology and the Performativity of Space in King Lear,” Renaissance Society of America (March 2011)

Producing Heaven in the Space of the City,” Chester Cycle 2010 (May 2010)

Cognitive Extension and Early Modern Performance,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Performance is History: Intertheatricality (April 2010)

Shakespeare and the Embodiment of the Extended Mind,” The Renaissance Arts of Science and Nature, University of Michigan (February 2010)

Banquo’s Ghost: Extended Interiority in Early Modern England,” Shakespeare Association of America, Seminar: Shakespeare and the Bounded Self (April 2009)

Naming Elizabeth in Chronicles, Broadsides, and Folios,” Society for Textual Scholarship (March 2008)

 

Invited Talks

“Distributed Cognition on the Early Modern Stage,” Literary Studies Symposium, Skidmore College (November 2014)

Phenomenology and the Performativity of Space in King Lear,” The Premodern Colloquium, University of Michigan (April 2011)
 

Andrew Bozio | Skidmore College, Department of English |
815 North Broadway | Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 |
abozio[at]skidmore[dot]edu

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