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Other programs, seminars, institutes, and projects funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities

Spring 1985

The Concept of Civilité

Directed by Roger Chartier

Keywords: History, French, Civility, France

Spring 1986

Shakespeare as Renaissance Artist (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by George K. Hunter

Keywords: Literature, Shakespeare, Arts

Spring 1987

“Wanton Words”: Shakespeare and Rhetoric (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by Patricia A. Parker

Keywords: Literature, Shakespeare, Rhetoric

Spring 1988

“Is this the promised end?”” Shakespeare’s King Lear (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by David Bevington

Keywords: Shakespeare, Lear, Center for Shakespeare Studies

Spring 1989

Shakespeare Studies and the Current "Crisis" in the Humanities (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by Jonathan Dollimore

Keywords: Shakespeare, Cultural Studies

Spring 1990

Boy Voices and Adult Voices on the Shakespearean Stage (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by Andrew Gurr

Keywords: Shakespeare, Child Actors, Adult Actors

Spring 1991

Making Histories (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by Catherine Belsey

Keywords: Historicism

Spring 1993

Shakespeare and Translation (Annual Shakespeare’s Birthday Lecture)

Directed by Michael Neill

Keywords: Literature, Shakespeare, Translation