Thereís still time to apply to fall-semester Folger Institute programs. This fall the Institute will offer the following:
Rewriting the Elizabethan Stage, directed by S. P. Cerasano (Professor of English at Colgate University) on Thursday afternoons from 5 October through 14 December.
Society and the Supernatural in Early Modern Europe, directed by Carlos M. N. Eire (Professor of History and Religious Studies at Yale University) on Friday afternoons from 6 October through 15 December.
Visual Genres, directed by Larry Silver (Farquhar Professor of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania) on Thursday afternoons from 5 October through 14 December.
Defining the Courtís Political Thought, directed by R. Malcolm Smuts (Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts, Boston) on Friday afternoons from 6 October through 15 December.
Puzzling Evidence: Literatures and Histories, a late afternoon colloquium directed by David Scott Kastan (Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University) and Peter Lake (Professor of History at Princeton University) one Friday each month for 2000-2001, beginning 6 October.
Renaissance Paleography in England: An Intermediate Skills Course, directed by Laetitia Yeandle (Curator of Manuscripts at The Folger Shakespeare Library) on Friday mornings from 6 October through 15 December.
The Force of Memory in Late-Medieval and Renaissance Culture, directed by Lina Bolzoni (Dean of "Classe di Lettre e Filosofia" at the Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa) and Mary Carruthers (Professor of English at New York University) on the weekend of 13-14 October.
The early deadline for applying to fall semester programs and the late afternoon colloquium is 1 June 2000; all applications must be received by 1 September 2000.
Full program descriptions for 2000-2001 can be found at
Application forms can be downloaded from that site as well. Send any questions you might have to email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your application.
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