folger library seminars

Those of you in the D.C. area might be interested in these. Please forward as appropriate:

Kim F. Hall directs a Fall Semester Seminar (Thursday afternoons)
Culinary Cartographies: Food, Gender, and Race in the Early Modern Black
Virginia Mason Vaughan directs a Fall Semester Seminar (Friday
Emerging Ethnographies in Shakespeare’s England
Laetitia Yeandle directs a Fall Semester Skills Course (Thursday
Renaissance Paleography in England
Leonard Barkan and Nigel Smith codirect a Year-long Colloquium (One
Friday each month)
Rethinking Word and Image: History/Literary History/Art History
Heidi Brayman Hackel directs a Spring Semester Seminar for M.A.
Candidates (Thursday afternoons)
Early Modern Books and Readers
Ruth Perry directs a Spring Semester Seminar (Friday afternoons)
Ballads, Broadsides, and Eighteenth-Century Culture
Peter Stallybrass directs a Spring Semester Seminar with Roger Chartier
(Friday afternoons)
Technologies of Writing
The application deadline for these seven programs is 1 September 2004.
This is also the deadline for applicants wishing to be considered for
the ASECS/Folger Institute Fellowship
Additional spring programs with a 3 January 2005 application review
deadline are described on the Institute’s “Program Offerings” page at
Application guidelines and forms can be found here, or obtained
by e-mailing institute[at] or contacting the Institute’s offices
at (202) 675-0333.

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