James A. Winn

Scholar:

Publication of Queen Anne:
Patroness of Art
s:   1 July, 2014

Related public appearances:

24 July: National Archives, Kew

30 July: Blackwell’s, Oxford

1 August: Keynote address at
“Queen Anne is Dead.” Goldsmith’s College

Guggenheim Fellowship

Appointment as William Fairfield Warren Professor

BBC program on Dryden and Purcell.

The Poetry of War (Cambridge, 2008)

Interview on NPR’s “On Point”

 Academic Profile 
Curriculum Vitae

      

 Flutist:

Upcoming concerts:

Saturday, December 6, 2014
St. John’s Church, Jamaica
       Plain
with David Kopp, piano

Musical selection of the month: 
André Jolivet, Sonatine
for Flute and Clarinet,
with Stephen Hart, clarinet

WAV    MP3
 Musical Profile

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    Background image: Anne Killigrew,
    Venus Adorned by the Graces, c. 1684    

     

    Poem of the month:

     

    Nothing Gold Can Stay

    Nature’s first green is gold,   
    Her hardest hue to hold.   
    Her early leaf’s a flower;   
    But only so an hour.   
    Then leaf subsides to leaf.   
    So Eden sank to grief,   
    So dawn goes down to day.   
    Nothing gold can stay. 

                                                                  ——Robert Frost

     

    4 June 2014