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Elizabeth Sauer

Elizabeth Sauer

At the 57th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, held in Montreal on March 24 to 27, Brock was represented by three faculty members presenting the following papers:

Matthew Royal (Music): “Reconciling Rhythmopoeia and Rhythmic Diversity: Mersenne’s Humanistic Prescriptions for Seventeenth-Century Dance.”

Felipe Ruan (Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures): “Galateo espaƱol: A Courtesy Manual in Spain and Spanish America.”

Elizabeth Sauer (English): “The Legacy of A.S.P. Woodhouse’s Puritanism and Liberty.”

In addition to teaching in their own departments, all three faculty are members of Brock’s Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

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