Part of “Teaching Gender in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” a series of lectures open to the public, and related workshops open by application to faculty from the Center for Renaissance Studies consortium.
Tricksters, Martyrs, and Collaborators: Diaspora and the Gendered Politics of Resistance
Daniel Boyarin, University of California, Berkeley
Lecture: Tuesday, December 3
Workshop: Friday, December 6
“These Bastard Signs of Fair”: Literary Whiteness in Shakespeare’s Sonnets
Kim Hall, Georgetown University (now at Barnard College)
Lecture: Thursday, December 5
Workshop: Saturday, December 7
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