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[[NEH Summer Institute for college and university faculty|NEH Summer Institute]]
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Summer 1989
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This [[NEH_Summer_Institute_for_college_and_university_faculty|NEH Summer Institute for College and University Faculty]] was a group revaluation of development, stasis, and change in the relation of intellectual theory to practice in England from 1480 to 1642, as participants identified Renaissance philosophical, political, economic, and scientific theories and inferred ideology from English practice in commerce, politics, and literature.
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'''<u>Faculty</u>'''
  
[[Center for Shakespeare Studies program archive|Center for Shakespeare Studies]]
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[[Natalie Zemon Davis]], Princeton University
  
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[[John Guy]], University of Bristol
  
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[[Margaret Jacob]], New School for Social Research
:Visiting Faculty: [[Natalie Zemon Davis]] (Princeton University), [[John Guy]] (University of Bristol), [[Margaret Jacob]] (New School for Social Research), [[Gordon J. Schochet]] (Rutgers University), [[Hayden White]] (University of California at Santa Cruz)
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:The institute was a group revaluation of development, stasis, and change in the relation of intellectual theory to practice in England from 1480 to 1642, as participants identified Renaissance philosophical, political, economic, and scientific theories and inferred ideology from English practice in commerce, politics, and literature.
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[[Gordon J. Schochet]], Rutgers University
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[[Hayden White]], University of California at Santa Cruz
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For more past programming from the [[Folger Institute]], please see the article [[Folger Institute scholarly programs archive]].
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Hosted by the Folger Shakespeare Library. For more information about current summer seminars, please visit the National Endowment for the Humanities [http://www.neh.gov/divisions/education/summer-programs/ website].      
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[[Category: Folger Institute]]
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[[Category: Scholarly programs]]
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[[Category:National Endowment for the Humanities]]
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[[Category: Program archive]]
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[[Category: Seminar]]
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[[Category: 15th century]]
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[[Category: 17th century]]

Latest revision as of 15:26, 4 August 2017

Directed by Leeds Barroll

Summer 1989

This NEH Summer Institute for College and University Faculty was a group revaluation of development, stasis, and change in the relation of intellectual theory to practice in England from 1480 to 1642, as participants identified Renaissance philosophical, political, economic, and scientific theories and inferred ideology from English practice in commerce, politics, and literature.

Faculty

Natalie Zemon Davis, Princeton University

John Guy, University of Bristol

Margaret Jacob, New School for Social Research

Gordon J. Schochet, Rutgers University

Hayden White, University of California at Santa Cruz


For more past programming from the Folger Institute, please see the article Folger Institute scholarly programs archive.

Hosted by the Folger Shakespeare Library. For more information about current summer seminars, please visit the National Endowment for the Humanities website.