Difference between revisions of "Sharon Achinstein"

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Director, [https://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Conjugality_and_Early_Modern_Political_Thought_(seminar) Conjugality and Early Modern Political Thought], (Fall Semester Seminar, [[2017-2018 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2017-2018]])
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Speaker, [[Political Thought in Times of Crisis, 1640-1660]] (Symposium, [[2016-2017 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2016-2017]])
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Visiting faculty, [[Sites of Cultural Stress from Reformation to Revolution (NEH Institute)|Sites of Cultural Stress from Reformation to Revolution]] (NEH Institute, Summer 2003)
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Discussion leader, [[Comus: A Workshop]] (Workshop, [[2000–2001 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2000–2001]])
 
Discussion leader, [[Comus: A Workshop]] (Workshop, [[2000–2001 Folger Institute Scholarly Programs|2000–2001]])
  
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[[Category:  Center for the History of British Political Thought]]
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Latest revision as of 13:18, 21 August 2018

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

Short-term fellowship

“The Life and Death of the Sonnet in the Seventeenth Century” (2011–2012)

Scholarly Programs

Director, Conjugality and Early Modern Political Thought, (Fall Semester Seminar, 2017-2018)

Speaker, Political Thought in Times of Crisis, 1640-1660 (Symposium, 2016-2017)

Visiting faculty, Sites of Cultural Stress from Reformation to Revolution (NEH Institute, Summer 2003)

Discussion leader, Comus: A Workshop (Workshop, 2000–2001)

Speaker, Mapping Networks and Practices of Political Exchange in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: British Political Thought in Early Modern Europe (Symposium, 1999–2000)