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About Session | Law
Forethought India has hosted an online talk session in Law in India. World renowned Research Fellow working at Oxford University have shared their knowledge in this session.
Topic: International Law
Speakers for the talk session
Elizabeth Evenden-Kenyon is Holland Fellow at the University of Durham, and an Honorary Research Fellow in the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages at the University of Oxford. She specialises in the history of the book trade in England, Portugal and Spain, and on the rise of nationalism, hate speech, Islamophobia in print, as well as methodologies for counteracting them. She is the author of Patents, Pictures and Patronage: John Day and the Tudor Book Trade (2008), Religion and the Book in Early Modern England: The Making of John Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (2011, with T.S. Freeman), and Amadís and Palmeirim in England: Medieval and Early Modern Uses of Arthuriana in England, Portugal and Spain (forthcoming, 2019). She has previously held fellowships at the University of Cambridge (British Academy) and Harvard University (Marie Skłodowska-Curie International Outgoing Fellowship).
Honorary Research Fellow at Oxford University
University of Cambridge