Robinson Crusoe at 300 Mini-Conference

October 28, 2019

  

The Lewis Walpole Library, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and the English Department of Yale University, are pleased to host this mini-conference, led by Jonathan Kramnick, Maynard Mack Professor of English. 

Eight leading scholars of the novel come to Yale to discuss Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe on the tercentenary of its publication. Join us Friday, November 8th for a day-long mini-conference, with accompanying presentation of highlights from the Beinecke Library's Defoe collections, and Saturday, November 9th for a roundtable discussion with our visitors.

 

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