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CFA: TEACHING JUDITH SHAKESPEARE
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0056.  Tuesday, 23 January 1996.

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Date:           Monday, 22 Jan 1996 16:48:49 -0500
Subject:        Call for Abstracts

Abstracts for Papers on the Topic

TEACHING JUDITH SHAKESPEARE

for a special session to be proposed for the 1996 MLA meeting in Washington,
D.C.

Papers might address approaches to and/or implications of teaching 16th- and/or
17-century women writers in conjunction with Shakespeare.  Papers may, for
example, suggest innovative reconfigurations of courses, examine methods of
pairing writings by Shakespeare and by women such as Aemelia Lanyer and
Isabella Whitney, and/or outline entirely new courses that emerge when women's
writing joins Shakespeare's as part of our literary and cultural discussions.

Please send abstracts by 1 March 1996 to

Elizabeth Hageman
Department of English
University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire  03824

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and

Sara Jayne Steen
Department of English
Montana State University
Bozeman, Montana  59717

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