Difference between revisions of "Margaret J.M. Ezell"

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Organizer, [[Theatres of Learning (conference)|Theatres of Learning]] (Conference, [[2015–2016 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2015]])
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Director, [[Acquiring Education: Early Modern Women's Pedagogies (seminar)|Acquiring Education: Early Modern Women’s Pedagogies]] (Weekend Seminar, [[2012–2013 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2012–2013]])
 
Director, [[Acquiring Education: Early Modern Women's Pedagogies (seminar)|Acquiring Education: Early Modern Women’s Pedagogies]] (Weekend Seminar, [[2012–2013 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2012–2013]])
  
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Revision as of 15:03, 31 August 2015

This page reflects a scholar's association with the Folger Institute.

Scholarly Programs

Organizer, Theatres of Learning (Conference, 2015)

Director, Acquiring Education: Early Modern Women’s Pedagogies (Weekend Seminar, 2012–2013)

Faculty, Habits of Reading in Early Modern England (NEH Institute, 1997-Summer)

Public Programs

Lecture, "What Happened to Shakespeare's Sisters? Nineteenth-Century Anthologies and Shakespeare's Female Contemporaries" (Spring 1991)

Service

Consortium Representative, Texas A&M University