Shakespearean Colonial Territories – audio and maps

The audio recording of my talk to the Sociology Department at the University of York is available here. In the talk I discuss two maps – one from Ortelius’s Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (1570) of the Roman Empire:

Ortelius

And this example of a so-called ‘T in O’ map, from Isidore of Seville’s Etymologies.

Isidore T in O map

 

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2 Responses to Shakespearean Colonial Territories – audio and maps

  1. Steve Mentz says:

    A very nice talk, Stuart, and thanks for the kinds words about my ocean book. I look forward to reading your Shakespearean Territories in due time.

  2. Pingback: Audio of Stuart Elden’s talk on Shakespearean Colonial Territories | Thinking culture

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