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CUNY Renaissance Studies Fall Schedule
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0839  Monday, 14 September 1998.

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Date:           Friday, 11 Sep 1998 09:29:33 -0400
Subject:        CUNY Renaissance Studies Fall Schedule

[With apologies for cross-posting]

Graduate School and University Center
City University of New York
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New York, NY 10036

          CUNY RENAISSANCE STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

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SCHEDULE OF CUNY RENAISSANCE AND EARLY MODERN EVENTS

Admission is free and open to the public


FALL 1998

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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Thursday, September 24
Beatrice Gottlieb, "Women in a Service Society." 7:00-9:00pm; Room 202
Graduate School. (Sponsored by Society for the Study of Women in the
Renaissance; for further information contact Betty Travitsky, email:
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Saturday, October 10
Columbia University Conference, co-sponsored by CUNY Renaissance Studies
Program: "WORKING CAPITAL: EARLY MODERN TEXTS AND CRITICAL DEBATES."
Event to take place at Columbia University. For further information, see
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/english/capital.html

Tuesday, October 27
Daniel Javitch (Comparative Literature, New York University), "Thinking
about Genre in the Sixteenth Century." 6:30-8:30pm; Room 40-18 Grace
Building. (Sponsored by The Graduate Colloquium in Comparative
Literature and Italian Studies)

Thursday, October 29
Anne Lake Prescott (English, Barnard College), "'And then she fell in a
great laughter': Marguerite de Navarre and English Diplomats."
7:00-9:00pm; Room 202 Graduate School. (Sponsored by SSWR)

Friday, November 13
CUNY Renaissance Studies Colloquium Series SCATTERED BODIES OF TRUTH:
INTER-RELIGIOUS/SECTARIAN RELATIONS, 1450-1700 Regina Schwartz (English,
Northwestern University), "Milton and Reformation Poetics"; Ronnie
Po-Chia Hsia (History, New York University), "Reuchlin and Jewish
Conversion"; Respondent: Richard McCoy (English, CUNY Graduate School
and Queens College); 4:00-6:00pm, 3rd-Floor Studio, Graduate School.
Reception to follow. (Co-sponsored by Ph.D. Programs in English and
History; NYU Seminar in the Renaissance).  Abstracts to be posted at a
later date.

Thursday, November 19
Barbara Bowen (English, GSUC/Queens College), "Aemilia Lanyer and the
Scene of Reading." 7:00-9:00pm; Room TBA (Sponsored by SSWR)

Tuesday, November 24
Bette Talvacchia (University of Connecticut), "Sexual Representation and
the Issue of _I Modi_ in the Sixteenth Century." 6:30-8:30pm; Room 40-18
Grace Building. (Sponsored by The Graduate Colloquium in Comparative
Literature and Italian Studies)

December
Date TBA
Renaissance Studies Teleconference: Lisa Jardine and Warren Boutcher
(English, Queen Mary and Westfiled College, University of London), "The
Pre-War and Post-War Context of Twentieth-Century Scholarship of
Renaissance Humanism." Seating Limited.

Tuesday, December 1
Susan Zimmerman (English, Queens College), "Duncan's Corpse: Discourses
of the Dead in _Macbeth_." 6:30-8:30pm; Room 40-18 Grace Building.
(Sponsored by The Graduate Colloquium in Comparative Literature and
Italian Studies)

Thursday, January 28
Nathan Tinker (English, Fordham University), "Print and Manuscript in
the 1650's: The Case of Katherine Philips." 7:00-9:00pm; Room 202
Graduate School. (Sponsored by SSWR)

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR SPRING 1999

February
SCATTERED BODIES OF TRUTH II
Program on the Edict of Nantes

March
SCATTERED BODIES OF TRUTH III
Program on the New World and the Ottoman Empire

April
Annual Shakespeare Birthday Lecture
 

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