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CUNY Renaissance Studies Schedule of Events
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0180  Thursday, 25 January 2001

From:           Martin Elsky <
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Date:           Thursday, 25 Jan 2001 02:10:57 -0500
Subject:        CUNY Renaissance Studies Schedule of Events

RENAISSANCE STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
CUNY Graduate School and University Center
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016
http://web.gsuc.cuny.edu/renaissancestudies

SPRING 2001 SCHEDULE OF RENAISSANCE & EARLY MODERN EVENTS

Spring Semester 2001: Sing from Renaissance Notation! Sight reading
sessions are held biweekly in Room 3102.06 at 7:30 Monday nights in a
convivial
atmosphere (with plenty to eat and drink). No experience with early
notation necessary. Call the Music program 817-8602 for schedule.

Thursday, January 25: Bella Mirabella (New York University), "Double
Disclosures: Cross-Dressing and Dancing on the English Renaissance
Stage."
5:00-9:00pm, Room 9207. (Sponsored by Society for the Study of Women in
the Renaissance; for further information, contact Betty Travitsky at the
following
e-mail address: < 
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Friday, February 9: RENAISSANCE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM:The Renaissance in
Trans-Atlantic PerspectiveA Roundtable Discussion with Martin Burke (GC
and City College),David Kanzanjian (English, GC and Queens College),
Eloise Quinones Keber (Art History, GC and Baruch College), Francesca
Sautman (French, GC and Hunter College). Moderator: Martin Elsky
(Renaissance Studies/English, GC and Brooklyn College). 4:00-6:00pm,
English Program Lounge. Room 4406 (Sponsored by the Ph.D. Programs in
Art History, English, French, and History).

Thursday, February 22: Lauro Martines, "Cruelty in Renaissance Florence:
A Bloody Tale." 6:30-8:00. Room TBA. (Sponsored by the Renaissance
Studies Certificate Program and the Ph.D. Program in Comparative
Literature)

Friday, February 23: FRENCH PROGRAM CONFERENCE: Postmodern-Premodern:
Genealogies of Medieval and Early Modern Scholarship I. Keynote
Speakers: Pamela Sheingorn (GC and Queens College) and Marilyn Desmond
(SUNY-Binghampton). 10:00am-8:00pm, Room 9204-9205 (Sponsored by the
Ph.D. Program in French)

Thursday, March 1: Natalie Zemon Davis (Henry Charles Lea Professor of
History Emerita, Princeton University), "Rethinking Cultural Mixture:
The Travels of 'Leo Africanus.' " 4:00-5:30pm, Room TBA (Sponsored by
the Renaissance Studies Certificate Program and the Ph.D. Program in
French)

Thursday, March 6: W. Speed Hill, (GC and Lehman College emeritus),
"Richard Hooker and the Rhetoric of History." This event will take place
at the COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SEMINAR ON THE RENAISSANCE, 7:30pm, Faculty
House, Columbia University. For information, contact Susan Senneff:
212/663-0557.

Thursday, March 15: Natasha Korda (Wesleyan University), "Isabell's
Rule: The Properties of Poverty in Measure for Measure." 5:00-9:00pm,
Room 9204 (Sponsored by SSWR)

Friday, March 30: FRENCH PROGRAM CONFERENCE: Postmodern-Premodern:
Genealogies of Medieval and Early Modern Scholarship II. Program TBA.
10:00am-8:00pm, Room TBA (Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in French)

Thursday, April 26: SSWR Program TBA, 5:00-9:00pm, Room 9207

Friday, April 27: Annual English Program Shakespeare Lecture. 4:00-6:00.
Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall.

For further information, please contact Professor Martin Elsky,
Coordinator
Renaissance Studies Certificate Program, Room 5109.02
Phone: 212-817-8586; Fax: 212-817-1534; E-mail: 
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