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[[The Theatre in History: The Social Function of Renaissance Dramatic Genres|'''The Theatre in History: The Social Function of Renaissance Dramatic Genres''']]      
  
''June 8 through July 17, 1991''      
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''June 8 through July 17, 1992''      
  
 
Directed by [[Jean E. Howard]], Professor of English at Columbia University                                    
 
Directed by [[Jean E. Howard]], Professor of English at Columbia University                                    
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'''[[The Graphic Revolution in Early Modern Europe: The Politics and Technologies of Representations in the Visual, Literary, and Theatrical Arts from 1400 to 1660]]'''                                    
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''June 14 through July 29, 1994''                                    
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Directed by [[Harry Berger, Jr.]], Professor of Literature and Art History at Cowell College at the University of California, Santa Cruz                                                                                                                                                

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Shakespeare and the History of Taste

June 18 through July 27, 1990

Directed by Joseph G. Price, Professor of English at the Pennsylvania State University                        

Ceremony and Text in the Renaissance   

June 17 through July 26, 1991   

Directed by Thomas M. Greene, Frederick Clifford Ford Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Yale University                        

The Theatre in History: The Social Function of Renaissance Dramatic Genres      

June 8 through July 17, 1992      

Directed by Jean E. Howard, Professor of English at Columbia University                                    

The Graphic Revolution in Early Modern Europe: The Politics and Technologies of Representations in the Visual, Literary, and Theatrical Arts from 1400 to 1660                                    

June 14 through July 29, 1994                                    

Directed by Harry Berger, Jr., Professor of Literature and Art History at Cowell College at the University of California, Santa Cruz