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Preston 2010-03-17: Teaching the Renaissance (Read 2801 times)
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Preston 2010-03-17: Teaching the Renaissance
05.11.2009 at 10:52:30
 
CfP for the Preston 2010-03-17 conference on Teaching the Renaissance is available at http://earlymodern-lit.blogspot.com/2009/11/call-for-papers-teaching-renaissance .html :
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This one-day seminar will use discussion and debate to assess the
current state of teaching Renaissance literature and culture.
As we continue to advance our knowledge of the Renaissance as a
cultural, political, historical and theoretical field, how does our
research shape and inform the way that we teach the subject?
Conversely, to what extent are the demands of teaching influencing the
methods and subjects of new research?

 
The deadline is 2009-11-30.
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Re: Preston 2010-03-17: Teaching the Renaissance
Reply #1 - 09.11.2009 at 13:29:03
 
This CfP is now also available at http://www.emintelligencer.org.uk/2009/11/07/call-for-papers-teaching-the-renais sance/ . (BTW: Thanks for the mention!)
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