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Death of Robert E. Burkhart; New Web Site; CFP
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0746.  Monday, 2 October 1995.
 
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        Date:   Sunday, 01 Oct 95 23:33:21 EDT
        Subj:   Death of Robert E. Burkhart
 
(2)     From:   Nina LeNoir <
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        Date:   Saturday, 30 Sep 1995 19:28:16 -0500
        Subj:   Theatre InSight on the World Wide Web
 
(3)     From:   Jon Connolly <
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        Date:   Sunday, 1 Oct 1995 17:26:26 -0700 (PDT)
        Subj:   Call For Papers (fwd)
 
 
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From:           Joan Hartwig <
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Date:           Sunday, 01 Oct 95 23:33:21 EDT
Subject:        Death of Robert E. Burkhart
 
I am sad to report the death of Robert E. Burkhart, professor of English and
Shakespearean, on September 26, 1995, in Lexington, KY.  Bob was a member of
the Shakespeare Association of America, and many on this list will have known
him.  He was author of *Shakespeare's Bad Quartos* and co-editor of a
collection of essays titled *Perspective on Our Times* and had recently
published a book of poems, *Places in Time.*  He had served as chair of the
English department at Eastern Kentucky University from 1979-1986 and was past
president of the Kentucky Philological Association.  We shall miss him.
 
Joan Hartwig
University of Kentucky
 
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Date:           Saturday, 30 Sep 1995 19:28:16 -0500
Subject:        Theatre InSight on the World Wide Web
 
Theatre InSight, a journal of performance and theatre studies, is proud to
announce that it now has a web site at:
 
http://www.utexas.edu/students/ti/
 
Come visit us!
 
Nina LeNoir
"Web Editor"

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Date:           Sunday, 1 Oct 1995 17:26:26 -0700 (PDT)
Subject:        Call For Papers (fwd)
 
** CALL FOR PAPERS **
 
WORK: REALITY AND REPRESENTATION
 
The Sixth Annual Interdisciplinary Conference of the
Renaissance Studies Program
University of California, Santa Barbara
 
16-17 February 1996
 
Keynote Speaker: Professor Randolph Starn,
Department of History, University of California, Berkeley
 
This conference is designed to bring together students and faculty from a
variety of disciplines to consider aspects of work in late medieval and early
modern culture. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
 
the division of labor: topography, class, gender * specialization in the urban
context * guilds * professional identity * public perception of individual
occupations * competition * training * mastery * labor and production * labor
as process * body and mind * "industry and idleness" * play as work * the cult
of "sprezzatura" and the erasure of work * the culture of the workplace *
technology * obsolescence * unemployment * leisure * barter and trade * labors
of love * domestic labor * "women's work" * working class culture * the
theorization of labor, utopian and other * cultural work: the function of art,
literature, spectacle.
 
Interested scholars should submit abstracts for 20-minute presentations.
Abstracts must be postmarked by 1 December 1995 and sent to Robert Williams,
Dept. of the History of Art and Architecture, University of California, Santa
Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106. Tel. (805) 893-7586,fax (805) 893-7117.
Please include holiday/January address and telephone number.
 

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