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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0130  Wednesday, 11 February 1998.

[1]     From:   Mike LoMonico <
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        Date:   Tuesdayy, 10 Feb 1998 21:38:36 -0500
        Subj:   Shakespeare Magazine

[2]     From:   Daniel Traister <
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        Date:   Wednesday, 11 Feb 1998 09:29:41 -0500 (EST)
        Subj:   New web site: "Cultural Readings"

[3]     From:   Norm Holland <
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        Date:   Wednesday, 11 Feb 98 14:21:12 EST
        Subj:   Please pass along this announcement


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From:           Mike LoMonico <
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Date:           Tuesdayy, 10 Feb 1998 21:38:36 -0500
Subject:        Shakespeare Magazine

SHAKESPEARE MAGAZINE announces the publication of volume two, issue
one-the winter 1998 issue.  In its pages readers will find several
classroom exercises to help students to find solid ground amid the
swirling sea of Shakespeare's language, Jeffrey McQuain's article about
the more than 1500 words Shakespeare coined, an interview with Patrick
Doyle-the composer for Kenneth Branagh's Shakespeare movies, a feature
on Shakespeare and Company's famous education program, strategies for
how to teach the sonnets, an excerpt from Rex Gibson's new book of
language exercises, and the usual roundup of information about
Shakespeare productions, books, and conferences.

For subscribers who are counting the days-the magazine left the
mailhouse today via bulk mail.  With luck, you will get it in a few
weeks.  For more details about this issue or to subscribe, go to
http://www.shakespearemag.com or email 
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Mike LoMonico
Nancy Goodwin
editors

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From:           Daniel Traister <
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Date:           Wednesday, 11 Feb 1998 09:29:41 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        New web site: "Cultural Readings"

--PLEASE EXCUSE MULTIPLE POSTINGS; PLEASE CIRCULATE--

                ANNOUNCING A NEW ON LINE EXHIBITION

    "CULTURAL READINGS: COLONIZATION AND PRINT IN THE AMERICAS"

 http://www.library.upenn.edu/special/gallery/kislak/index/cultural.html

This collaborative web site presents and interprets a wide variety of
texts-books, manuscripts, illustrations, maps, and artifacts-generated
by Europe's colonization of the Americas. Comparative and broad in
scope, the exhibition investigates Spanish, French, English, and Dutch
"readings" of the New World and the "readings" of Europeans made by many
Native cultures.

Topics covered include the literature of colonial promotion; printed
images of Natives; Native responses to print; missionary activities;
Indian languages; the geographies of the New World; and captivity
narratives.  The web site also contains essays by Louise Burkhart,
Sabine MacCormack, Michael Ryan, Daniel Slive, and Karim Tiro;
bibliography; and web links.

Materials shown in "Cultural Readings" are drawn from the collections of
the Jay I. Kislak Foundation; the Rosenbach Museum & Library; the
University of Pennsylvania's Department of Special Collections; and the
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

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From:           Norm Holland <
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Date:           Wednesday, 11 Feb 98 14:21:12 EST
Subject:        Please pass along this announcement

From: Louie Crew <
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I have compiled an E-Mail Directory of Lesbigay Scholars, listing over
700.  To be included, fill out the form below and return it to me:

              
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Do NOT send by snail mail.

Be sure that you have 1+ meg of free space to receive the full
directory. It will arrive in 7 or more messages.

Note:  All are welcome.

The E-Directory helps lesbigay and transgendered scholars connect
regarding on-going manuscripts, conferences, and other scholarly
projects.   I send the Directory to all who agree to be listed, with
periodic updates.

This is not a discussion list but rather, a resource list.

Please share this announcement with any friends who might be interested
and with any other e-networks where forthright lesbigay or transgendered
scholars might assemble qua scholars.

Also:  please freely visit the e-directory's web pages, where
approximately 40% of those listed in the total directory have agreed to
be listed publicly:

     http://newark.rutgers.edu/~lcrew/lbg_edir.html

I also post to that site announcements of interest to lesbigay scholars
everywhere.  Please send me by private mail any material which you would
like for me to put there.

Thank you.
Louie Crew
Associate Professor, English Department, Rutgers University/Newark
Chair of the Rutgers University Senate, Member Board of Governors
Author/editor of _The Gay Academic_ and 1,200+ others
Co-founder of the Lesbigay Caucus of the National Council of Teachers of
English
Founder of Integrity, the lesbigay justice ministry of the Episcopal
Church
Member of the Episcopal House of Deputies
Member of the Episcopal Church Commission on Anglican and International
Peace with Justice Concerns
Member of the Standing Committee of the  Diocese of Newark
(Snail mail:   P. O. Box 30, Newark, NJ 07101)

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E-mail address(es):
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Here, ranked in order of preference, are up to four keywords to name my
scholarly area, e.g.  historyenglish linguistics heteroStudies
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