[Milton-L] Spring Ren/Early Modern Events at CUNY Graduate Center

Elsky, Martin MElsky at gc.cuny.edu
Sat Feb 11 10:27:32 EST 2006


  

[with apologies for cross-lisitng]

THE RENAISSANCE STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM  OF THE CUNY GRADUATE CENTER 
is pleased to announce the 

SCHEDULE OF RENAISSANCE & EARLY MODERN EVENTS at the
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave (34-35 Streets)
NYC

SPRING SEMESTER 2006

Thursday, February 16
Elizabeth Mazzola (English/City College, CUNY), "'Wealthy Widdowes' and 'Girles Aflote': The Legacies of Single Women in Early Modern England." 6:00-7:30pm, Room C-205. Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Women in the Renaissance. 

Friday, March 10
Conference: THE FABRIC OF CULTURES: FASHION, IDENTITY, GLOBALIZATION, FROM THE EARLY MODERN TO THE POST-MODERN                                                                        
9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Segal Theatre. 

Thursday, March 16
Irene Dash (English/Hunter College, CUNY), "Looking at Shakespeare's Women in Two American Musicals: Boys From Syracuse (from The Comedy of Errors) and Kiss Me, Kate (from The Taming of the Shrew). 6:00-7:30pm, Room C-205. Sponsored by SSWR

Friday, March 17                                                                                  

Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference: MASCULINITIES IN THE LONG MIDDLE AGES
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington University). 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Room 9205. Organized by the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Certificate Programs and the CUNY-Medievalists Pearl Kibre Library. Information: medievalmasculinities at gmail.com

Friday, March 31
Carrie Hintz (Queens College, CUNY) " 'These little private Histories': Margaret Baxter, Restoration Dissent, and the Exemplary Woman. " (Faculty Membership Lecture) 4:00 - 5:30pm, Room 4406. Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in English

Friday, April 7                                                                                   

Claus Uhlig (University of Marburg), " European Literature and/or World Literature: Auerbach compared to Curtius." 4:00-5:30pm, Room 4406. Co-sponsored with Ph.D. Programs in English and Comparative Literature and Medieval Studies Certificate Program

Thursday, April 27
Will Fisher (English/Lehman College, CUNY), "Women's Erotic Agency in Early Modern English Culture." 6:00-7:30pm, Room 5103. Sponsored by SSWR.


Friday, April 28                                                                                  

Early Modern Interdisciplinary Group Conference "SECRETS AND LIES." Time TBA, Segal Theatre. Sponsored by the Early Modern Interdisciplinary Group (EMIG).  


Friday, April 28                                                                                  

Annual English Program Shakespeare Lecture:  Garret Sullivan (Pennsylvania State University), "The Private Life of Shakespeare's Young Man: Memory, Forgetting and the Procreation Sonnets." 4:00-5:30pm, Segal Theatre. Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in English and the Renaissance Studies Certificate Program

Friday, May 5
Reading Sir John Oldcastle. 2:00-5:30pm, Skylight Room (Room 9100). Sponsored by Renaissance Studies Certificate Program & The Early Modern Interdisciplinary Group (EMIG).

Thursday, May 18
Bonnie Gordon (Music/Stony Brook, SUNY), "Monteverdi." 6:00-7:30pm, Room C-205. Sponsored by SSWR.

For complete information, see http://web.gc.cuny.edu/renaissancestudies, or contact Professor Martin Elsky, MElsky at gc.cuny.edu. 

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