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===== [[The National Endowment for the Humanities|National Endowment for the Humanities]] =====
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===== Other programs, seminars, institutes, and projects funded by the [[The National Endowment for the Humanities|National Endowment for the Humanities]] =====
  
 
===== <u>Spring 1985</u> =====
 
===== <u>Spring 1985</u> =====
 
''The Uses of Reading in France From the Mid-17th c. to the Revolution''
 
''The Uses of Reading in France From the Mid-17th c. to the Revolution''
  
Directed by Roger Chartier
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Directed by [[Roger Chartier]]
  
 
Keywords: History, French, Seventeenth Century, Reading Practices, France, French Revolution
 
Keywords: History, French, Seventeenth Century, Reading Practices, France, French Revolution
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''Popular Reading and Publishing Strategies in Early Modern France, 1530-1660''
 
''Popular Reading and Publishing Strategies in Early Modern France, 1530-1660''
  
Directed by Roger Chartier
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Directed by [[Roger Chartier]]
  
 
Keywords: History, French, Sixteenth Century, Reading Practices, France
 
Keywords: History, French, Sixteenth Century, Reading Practices, France
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''Compositor Identification and Printing History''
 
''Compositor Identification and Printing History''
  
Directed by Paul Werstine
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Directed by [[Paul Werstine]]
  
 
Keywords: History, English, Printing, Compositor Identification, History of the Book
 
Keywords: History, English, Printing, Compositor Identification, History of the Book
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''Textual Criticism and Printing History''
 
''Textual Criticism and Printing History''
  
Directed by Robert K. Turner
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Directed by [[Robert K. Turner]]
  
 
Keywords: Printing History, Textual Criticism, History of the Book
 
Keywords: Printing History, Textual Criticism, History of the Book
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''Growing up and Growing Older in Shakespeare''
 
''Growing up and Growing Older in Shakespeare''
  
Directed by Carol Thomas Kelly, Richard P. Wheeler, Meredith Ann Skura
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Directed by Carol Thomas Kelly, Richard P. Wheeler, [[Meredith Ann Skura]]
  
 
Keywords: English, History, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Drama, Maturation
 
Keywords: English, History, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Drama, Maturation
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''Reading Shakespeare Historically''
 
''Reading Shakespeare Historically''
  
Directed by Lisa Jardin
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Directed by [[Lisa Jardine]]
  
 
Keywords: Literature, English, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Shakespeare, Historicism
 
Keywords: Literature, English, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Shakespeare, Historicism
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''Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Social Structure: The Mirror Image Fractured''
 
''Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Social Structure: The Mirror Image Fractured''
  
Directed by Peter Laslett
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Directed by [[Peter Laslett]]
  
 
Keywords: Literature, History, English, Shakespeare, Sixteenth Century, Social History
 
Keywords: Literature, History, English, Shakespeare, Sixteenth Century, Social History
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''Words Made Flesh: Language, the Body, and the Passions in Shakespeare''
 
''Words Made Flesh: Language, the Body, and the Passions in Shakespeare''
  
Directed by Keir Elam
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Directed by [[Keir Elam]]
  
 
Keywords: Literature, English, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Shakespeare, Materiality, Passions, Language
 
Keywords: Literature, English, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Shakespeare, Materiality, Passions, Language
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''Shakespeare Texts for Students and Teachers''
 
''Shakespeare Texts for Students and Teachers''
  
Directed by Richard Knowles
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Directed by [[Richard Knowles]]
  
 
Keywords: Literature, English, Shakespeare, Teaching
 
Keywords: Literature, English, Shakespeare, Teaching
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''Problems of Historicist Research in the Renaissance''
 
''Problems of Historicist Research in the Renaissance''
  
Directed by Stanley Fish
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Directed by [[Stanley Fish]]
  
 
Keywords: Comparative Literature, Theory, Historicism
 
Keywords: Comparative Literature, Theory, Historicism
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''Fictions of the Pose: Problems in the Politics of Self-Representation in Early Modern Culture''
 
''Fictions of the Pose: Problems in the Politics of Self-Representation in Early Modern Culture''
  
Directed by Harry Berger, Jr.
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Directed by [[Harry Berger, Jr.]]
  
 
Keywords: Art History, Literature, Continental, Political Thought, Self-Representation
 
Keywords: Art History, Literature, Continental, Political Thought, Self-Representation

Revision as of 09:05, 28 June 2017

Other programs, seminars, institutes, and projects funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities
Spring 1985

The Uses of Reading in France From the Mid-17th c. to the Revolution

Directed by Roger Chartier

Keywords: History, French, Seventeenth Century, Reading Practices, France, French Revolution

Popular Reading and Publishing Strategies in Early Modern France, 1530-1660

Directed by Roger Chartier

Keywords: History, French, Sixteenth Century, Reading Practices, France

The Formation and Dissolution of Marriage in England, 1600-1800

Directed by Lawrence Stone

Keywords: History, English, Seventeenth Century, Eighteenth Century, Social History, Marriage, England

Fall 1985

From Alms to Bribes: The Gift in 16th c. France

Directed by Natalie Lemon Davis

Keywords: History, France, 16th Century, Gifts, Alms, Bribes

The Sources for Gifts: Archives and Fiction

Directed by Natalie Lemon Davis

Keywords: History, France, 16th Century, Gifts

Spring 1986

The Lure of the Bright Lights: The English Upper Classes and the City, 1600-1800

Directed by Mark Girouard

Keywords: History, English, Seventeenth Century, Eighteenth Century, Urban, Cities

Rembrandt: A Master in the Studio

Directed by Svetlana Alpers

Keywords: Art History, Dutch, Seventeenth Century, Rembrandt, Studio

Spring 1987

Compositor Identification and Printing History

Directed by Paul Werstine

Keywords: History, English, Printing, Compositor Identification, History of the Book

Textual Criticism and Printing History

Directed by Robert K. Turner

Keywords: Printing History, Textual Criticism, History of the Book

Spring 1988

Growing up and Growing Older in Shakespeare

Directed by Carol Thomas Kelly, Richard P. Wheeler, Meredith Ann Skura

Keywords: English, History, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Drama, Maturation

Reading Shakespeare Historically

Directed by Lisa Jardine

Keywords: Literature, English, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Shakespeare, Historicism

Fall 1988

Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Social Structure: The Mirror Image Fractured

Directed by Peter Laslett

Keywords: Literature, History, English, Shakespeare, Sixteenth Century, Social History

Fall 1989

Words Made Flesh: Language, the Body, and the Passions in Shakespeare

Directed by Keir Elam

Keywords: Literature, English, Sixteenth Century, Seventeenth Century, Shakespeare, Materiality, Passions, Language

Shakespeare Texts for Students and Teachers

Directed by Richard Knowles

Keywords: Literature, English, Shakespeare, Teaching

Spring/Fall 1990

Problems of Historicist Research in the Renaissance

Directed by Stanley Fish

Keywords: Comparative Literature, Theory, Historicism

Fictions of the Pose: Problems in the Politics of Self-Representation in Early Modern Culture

Directed by Harry Berger, Jr.

Keywords: Art History, Literature, Continental, Political Thought, Self-Representation