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Bibliographies and Syllabi

David Armitage

The Foundations of Modern International Thought, 1494–1713

Late-Spring 2002 Seminar


Palmira Brummett

Constantinople/Istanbul: Destination, Way-Station, City of Renegades

Fall 2007 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Euan Cameron

Martin Luther and the Sixteenth-Century Universe

Fall 2006 Seminar


Theresa Coletti

Periodization and its Discontents: Medieval and Early Modern Pathways in Literature

Fall 2011 Seminar


Tom Conley

Mapping the Early Modern World

Spring 1998 Conference


David Cressy and Lori Anne Ferrell

Site of Cultural Stress from Reformation to Revolution

Summer 2004 NEH Institute


Lorraine Daston

Observation in Early Modern Europe

Spring 2008 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Lynn Enterline

The English Grammar School: Rhetoric, Discipline, Masculinity

Spring 2007 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Margaret J.M. Ezell

Acquiring Education: Early Modern Women's Pedagogies

Spring 2013 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Lori Anne Ferrell and Kathleen Lynch

An Anglo-American History of the KJV

Fall 2011 Conference


Paula Findlen

Women on the Verge of Science: Gender and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe

Late-Spring 2003 Seminar


Paul Halliday

Law as Politics in England and the Empire, ca. 1600-1830

Spring Semester Seminar 2013.


W. Speed Hill

The Theory and Practice of Scholarly Editing

Fall 2001 Seminar


Benjamin Kaplan

Religious Conflict and Toleration

Spring 2005 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Roslyn L. Knutson

Theatrical Commerce and the Repertory System in Early Modern England

Fall 2003 Seminar


Karen Ordahl Kupperman

Texts of Imagination and Empire: The Founding of Jamestown and its Atlantic Context

Summer 2000 NEH Institute


Theodore Leinwand, Kathleen Lynch, and Barbara Mowat

Shakespeare in American Education, 1607-1934

Spring 2007 Conference


Pamela O. Long and Pamela H. Smith

Experience and Experiment in Early Modern Europe

Summer 2001 NEH Institute


Diarmaid MacCulloch

The English Reformation, 1500-1640: One or Many?

Late-Spring 2004 Seminar


Richard McCoy

Redefining the Sacred in Early Modern England

Summer 1998 NEH Institute


Steven May

A Manuscript Miscellany

Summer 2005 NEH Institute


Barbara A. Mowat

Theory and Practice of Editing

Spring 1998 Seminar


Craig Muldrew

Connections, Trust, and Causation in Economic History

Spring 2008 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Marcy Norton

Entangled Trajectories: Integrating European and Native American Histories

Fall 2013 Seminar


Ruth Perry

Ballads, Broadsides, and Eighteenth-Century Culture

Spring 2005 Seminar


Carla Gardina Pestana and David Shields

Empire and Culture in the Early Modern English Caribbean

Fall 2010 Seminar


J.G.A. Pocock, Linda Levy Peck, Gordon Schochet

1603: Kingship Renewed

Spring 2003 Seminar


David B. Ruderman

Jews, Christians, and Hebriac Scholarship in Early Modern England

Spring 2014 Symposium


Valerie Traub

Early Modern Embodiment

Spring 2004 Seminar


Evelyn Tribble

The Early Modern Book in a Digital Age  

Spring 2001 Workshop


Nicholas Tyacke

The University Cultures of Early Modern Oxford and Cambridge

Fall 2008 Faculty Weekend Seminar


Virginia Mason Vaughan

Emerging Ethnographies in Shakespeare's England

Fall 2005 Seminar


Greg Walker and Kathleen Lynch

The Second Shepherds' Play and Early Drama Studies Workshop

Fall 2007 Workshop


Keith Wrighton

Mutualities and Obligations: Social Relationships in Early Modern England

Spring 2003 Seminar


Stephen N. Zwicker

Habits of Reading 

Summer 1998 NEH Institute


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