[Milton-L] Fall 2004: CUNY Ren/Early Modern Events
melsky at gc.cuny.edu
Sat Sep 18 12:24:06 EDT 2004
[with apologies for cross-posting]
Renaissance Studies Certificate Program
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave (34 St)
We are please to announce the
SCHEDULE OF RENAISSANCE & EARLY MODERN EVENTS
at the CUNY Graduate Center
FALL SEMESTER 2004
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Margaret Hunt, History/Amherst College
"Refiguring European Women's History: Islam and Eastern Europe"
7:00-9:00pm, Room C-203 Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Women in the Renaissance.
Information: Betty Travitsky travitsb at wb.net
THURSDAY, OCTOBER, October 14
Barbara Traister, English/Leigh University
"Simon Forman and Women Practitioners"
7:00-9:00 pm, Room C-201. Sponsored by SSWR
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Cristina Alfar, English/Hunter College/CUNY
"'Manhood is Melted into Curtsies': Women's Responses to Men's Accusations of Cuckoldry in Shakespeare"
7:00-9:00pm, Room C-204-C-205
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Looking at Seventeenth-Century Painting. A Symposium in Memory of Leonard J. Slatkes
Participants include Eddy de Jongh (Utrecht), Wayne Franits (Syracuse), Jeffrey Muller (Brown), Albert Blankert (The Hague), David Levine (Southern Connecticut State), Susan Koslow (CUNY). 2:00-5:00pm, Elebash Recital Hall.
Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in Art History and the Renaissance Studies Certificate Program, in collaboration with Christie's, Richard L. Feigen, Noortman Master Paintings, and Sotheby's.
NOVEMBER, date and time TBA
Mariët Westermann (Director, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU) , Topic: domestic material culture in seventeenth-century Netherlandish art.
The location of this talk will be the Bard Graduate Center, 38 West 86 Street, NYC. Details to follow.
For further information, please contact, Prof. Martin Elsky, Coordinator, Renaissance Studies Certificate Program, CUNY Graduate School. Email: melsky at gc.cuny.edu. http://web.gc.cuny.edu/renaissancestudies
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