Natasha Korda

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

Short-term fellowship

"Sister Arts: Theater and Visual Culture in Early Modern England" (2012–2013)

Scholarly Programs

Speaker, Cultural Histories of the Material World (Workshop, 2015–2016)

Speaker, Periodization 2.0 (Symposium, 2015–2016

Director, Mastering Research Methods (Seminar, 2011–2012)


Audio Tour, "Cheapside Market," for Open City: London, 1500–1700 (June 5–September 30, 2012)