Difference between revisions of "Jean E. Howard"

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Speaker, [[Theatre and the Reformation of Space (symposium)|Theatre and the Reformation of Space]] (Symposium, [[2009-2010 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2009-2010]])
 
Speaker, [[Theatre and the Reformation of Space (symposium)|Theatre and the Reformation of Space]] (Symposium, [[2009-2010 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2009-2010]])
  
Co-director (with Linda Levy Peck) [[Researching the Archive (seminar)|Researching the Archives]] (Seminar, [[2008-2009 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2008-2009]])
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Co-director (with [[Linda Levy Peck]]) [[Researching the Archive (seminar)|Researching the Archives]] (Seminar, [[2008-2009 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2008-2009]])
  
 
Visiting Faculty, [[Staging Political Thought (seminar)|Staging Political Thought]] (Seminar, [[2006-2007 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2006-2007]])
 
Visiting Faculty, [[Staging Political Thought (seminar)|Staging Political Thought]] (Seminar, [[2006-2007 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2006-2007]])

Revision as of 15:09, 18 September 2014

This page reflects a scholar's association with the Folger Institute. Records before 2008 are in the process of being added to Folgerpedia.

Scholarly Programs

Co-director (with Pamela H. Smith) Researching the Archive (Seminar, 2014-2015)

Speaker, Theatre and the Reformation of Space (Symposium, 2009-2010)

Co-director (with Linda Levy Peck) Researching the Archives (Seminar, 2008-2009)

Visiting Faculty, Staging Political Thought (Seminar, 2006-2007)

Speaker, British Political Thought in History, Literature, and Theory (Conference, 2004-2005)

Speaker, Material London, ca. 1600 (Conference, 1994-1995)

Director, The Theatre in History: The Social Function of Renaissance Dramatic Genres (Summer Institute, 1992)

Visiting Faculty, New Directions in Shakespeare Criticism (Summer Institute, 1988)

Public Programs

"Renaissance Anti-Theatricality and the Politics of Gender and Rank in Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing" (Lecture, 1987 Spring)