New Voices Talk Series Early Modern Women on Knowledge:
Thursday 24th of June, 14.00- 15.30 CET: Ariane Schneck (Bielefeld University): Emotions and Knowledge in Elisabeth of Bohemia
I hope many of you will be able to join us for an interesting talk and a friendly and engaged discussion!
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