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Call for Applications: NEH Summer Seminar
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, SHK 8.0092.  Tuesday, 21 January 1997.

From:           Kevin Lindberg <
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Date:           Monday, 20 Jan 1997 09:12:44 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        Call for Applications

Applications are invited for an NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers
entitled THE ENGLISH REFORMATION: LITERATURE, HISTORY, AND ART (June 9 to
August 1, 1997).  This interdisciplinary program will consider different phases
in a major historical watershed that contributed to the transformation of the
literary and artistic production of early modern England between the time of
Tyndale's Bible translations and publication of Milton's biblical epics.  The
seminar will bring together literary, historical, and artistic concerns that
conventional disciplinary boundaries still tend to separate.  Texts under
consideration will include selections from Foxe's "Book of Martyrs," Spenser's
THE FAERIE QUEENE, and Milton's PARADISE LOST.  Applications are welcome from
college teachers and independent scholars who specialize in the literature and
cultural history of the English Renaissance and Reformation, and to historians
of religion, politics, art, and music.  THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS MARCH
1.  Direct inquiries to:

                Professor John N. King
                NEH Summer Seminar
                Department of English
                The Ohio State University
                164 West 17th Avenue
                Columbus OH 43210-1370

                Telephone: 614-292-6065 (o) or 614-875-1761 (h)
                -- ask for Kevin Lindberg
                e-mail:  
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