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This page reflects a scholar's association with the [[Folger Institute]]. Records before 2008 are in the process of being added to Folgerpedia.
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This page reflects a scholar's association with the [[Folger Institute]].
  
 
===Short-term fellowships===
 
===Short-term fellowships===
“Early Blackface Fools and Transnational Proto-Racism” ([[Folger Institute 2011-2012 short-term fellows|2011-2012]])
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“Early Blackface Fools and Transnational Proto-Racism” ([[Folger Institute 2011–2012 short-term fellows|2011–2012]])
  
“Early Blackface Fools and their Legacy” ([[Folger Institute 2009-2010 short-term fellows|2009-2010]])
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“Early Blackface Fools and their Legacy” ([[Folger Institute 2009–2010 short-term fellows|2009–2010]])
  
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===Scholarly Programs===
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Speaker, [[Thomas Nashe and His Contemporaries]] (Symposium, [[2017-2018 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2017-2018]])
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Participant, [[NEH Summer Institute: Shakespeare from the Globe to the Global (seminar)|NEH Summer Institute: Shakespeare from the Globe to the Global]] (Seminar, [[2011–2012 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2011]])
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===Resources===
 
===Resources===
 
Podcast: All Mirth and No Mater
 
Podcast: All Mirth and No Mater
  
 
Listen here: <html5media>http://old.folger.edu/documents/ShaxUnlimited_Comedy.mp3</html5media>
 
Listen here: <html5media>http://old.folger.edu/documents/ShaxUnlimited_Comedy.mp3</html5media>
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Theater artists and scholars, along with narrator Rebecca Sheir, host of our Shakespeare Unlimited series, take an amusing, sometimes surprising, look at things that were funny in Shakespeare's time, but not so much now—as well as gems of Shakespearean comedy that still sparkle today.
 
Theater artists and scholars, along with narrator Rebecca Sheir, host of our Shakespeare Unlimited series, take an amusing, sometimes surprising, look at things that were funny in Shakespeare's time, but not so much now—as well as gems of Shakespearean comedy that still sparkle today.
  
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Latest revision as of 15:51, 11 May 2017

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

Short-term fellowships

“Early Blackface Fools and Transnational Proto-Racism” (2011–2012)

“Early Blackface Fools and their Legacy” (2009–2010)

Scholarly Programs

Speaker, Thomas Nashe and His Contemporaries (Symposium, 2017-2018)

Participant, NEH Summer Institute: Shakespeare from the Globe to the Global (Seminar, 2011)

Resources

Podcast: All Mirth and No Mater

Listen here:

Theater artists and scholars, along with narrator Rebecca Sheir, host of our Shakespeare Unlimited series, take an amusing, sometimes surprising, look at things that were funny in Shakespeare's time, but not so much now—as well as gems of Shakespearean comedy that still sparkle today.