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CUNY Renaissance Studies Fall Schedule
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0106  Sunday, 8 February 1998.

From:           Martin Elsky <
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Date:           Tuesday, 3 Feb 1998 16:54:45 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        CUNY Renaissance Studies Fall Schedule

[With apologies for cross-posting]

The following may be of interest to SHAKSPERians:

Below is the CUNY Renaissance Studies Schedule of Events for Spring
1998. Admission for all events is free and open to the public. All are
welcome.

                      CUNY Graduate School and University Center
                               33 West 42 Street
                                NY, NY 10036

                        RENAISSANCE STUDIES PROGRAM

                      http://web.gc.cuny.edu/dept/renai/

Thursday
February 26
Sheila ffolliott(George Mason University), "Muted Poetry: Raphael's
Galatea and Leonardo's Ginevra de'Benci," 7:00 p.m., Room TBA (Sponsored
by Society for the Study of Women in the Renaissance. For information,
contact Betty Travitsky<
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Friday
March 6
Renaissance Studies Colloquium Series
Renaissance and Early Modern Cultural Geography: The Places of Identity,
1500-1700: II. Regions of Identity: Venice and Mexico City

Guido Ruggiero, Josephine Berry Weiss Chair in the Humanities
(Pennsylvania State University), "Of Birds, Figs, and Needles:
Rethinking Sexual Identity in Renaissance Venice"; Richard Kagan(Johns
Hopkins University), "Creole Cartography in Spanish America"
(Co-sponsored by NYU Seminar in the Renaissance), 4:00- 6:00 p.m., CUNY
Graduate School, 3rd-Floor Studio.  Reception to follow program.
Summaries of papers will be available on colloquium website.

Thursday
March 26
Ann Hurley(Wagner College), "Introducing Elizabeth Polwhele,"7:00 p.m.,
Room TBA (Sponsored by SSWR)

Thursday
March 26
Renaissance Studies Panel: Renaissance Society of America Conference,
University of Maryland, College Park Renaissance and Early Modern
Cultural Geography: The Places of Identity, 1500-1700:  III. Localizing
Britain: England, Ireland, and Scotland

Moderator and Organizer: Claire Carroll (CUNY Graduate School and Queens
College); Willy Maley (University of Glasgow), "Macboth? Scotland,
Ireland, and the British Problem"; Andrew Hadfield (University of
Wales), "Rethinking the Black Legend: English Identity in the 1580's and
1590's and the Anti-Christ"; Vincent Carey (SUNY-Plattsburgh), "`Neither
good English, nor good Irish': Gaelicisation and Identity Formation in
Sixteenth-Century Ireland."  2:45 p. m. See Conference program for room.

Friday
April 24
English Program Shakespeare Lecture
Gail Kern Paster (George Washington University), "Anthony's Happy Horse:
Or, Cleopatra's Passions and the Boundaries of Species"), 4:00-6:00
p.m., CUNY Graduate School, 3rd-Floor Studio. Reception to follow
program. This program will be part of a teleconference jointly held with
the CUNY Graduate School, the University of Pennsylvania, and Brooklyn
College, CUNY. Paper summaries and voice clips of discussion will be
available on teleconference website (address to be announced).

Thursday
April 30
Margaret Hannay (Siena College) "'Bearing the liverie of your name': The
Countess of Pembroke's Agency in Print and Scribal Publication," 7:00
p.m., Room TBA (Sponsored by SSWR)

For information, please contact Professor Martin Elsky, Coordinator,
Renaissance Studies Program, Room 40-09, Grace Building (Phone:
212-642-2346; Fax: 212- 642-2205; email: 
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