Presentations

Recent Presentations

2010       “Twelfth Night and the Economics of Shakespearean Comedy: An Introduction” as part of Twelfth Night: Text, Performance, and Teaching Possibilities, SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, New York.

2010       Public lecture presented under the auspices of The New York Council for the Humanities, Speakers in the Schools program, ” Gutenberg and the Invention of Print: Revolution or Evolution,” Greece Athena High School, Rochster, New York

2010       Public lecture presented under the auspices of The New York Council for the Humanities, Speakers in the Schools program, “How Shakespear Became Shakespeare,” Schenectady High School, Schenectady, New York

2009       Keynote lecture presented as part of “Bettering the Instruction”: Teaching and Enjoying Shakespeare in the Secondary Classroom conference, “How Shakespear Became Shakespeare,” SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, New York

2009       Public lecture presented under the auspices of The New York Council for the Humanities, “How Shakespear Became Shakespeare,” New Images for the Widowed, New York, New York

2008       Public lecture presented under the auspices of The New York Council for the Humanities, “Gutenberg and the Invention of Print: Revolution or Evolution,” The Rosendale Library, Rosendale, New York

2008       Public lecture presented under the auspices of The New York Council for the Humanities, “Gutenberg and the Invention of Print: Revolution or Evolution,” The Rochester Library, Rochester, New York

2007       Panel Discussion, with Bradley Diuguid and Frank Trezza, “From Page to Stage: Challenges in Reading and Staging King Lear” The Honors Center, SUNY New Paltz

2006       Public lecture presented under the auspices of the Luigi and Anita Traverso Endowment for Italian Studies, SUNY New Paltz,” Circe’s Court: English Images of Italy in the Sixteenth Century”

2004       Paper presented for the 2004 MLA annual convention, “The Commonplace Book of Sir John Strangways: An Editor’s View”

2004       Paper presented for the Spring 2004 New York College English Association, “The Surrendered Wife, Or, What Can Laura Doyle Tell Us About The Taming of the Shrew?”

2004       Paper presented for the “Inhabiting the Body / Inhabiting the World Conference” at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill “Italian Masques By Night”: Violence, Identity, and Nation in Marlowe’s Edward II

2003       Paper presented for the spring 2003 New York College English Association, “’Italian Masques By Night’: The Italian Elements of Marlowe’s Edward II

2002       Paper presented for the Autumn 2002 New York College English Association, “Nature and Nurture, Environment and Individuality in Shakespeare’s The Tempest

2002       Public Lecture, “How Shakespeare Became SHAKESPEARE: An Illustrated Cultural History”  The Honors Center, SUNY New Paltz

2001       Paper presented for 2001 Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, “Poisoned Figs and Italian Sallets: Dietary Theory and Early Modern Travel” as part of the panel “Common Ground?  Early Modern Travel and Culture” (chair)

2000       Paper presented for 2000 Modern Language Association convention: “Toward a Theory of Shakespearean Climate” of the panel “A Digression on Air:  Environmental Theory and Early Modern English Literature” (chair)

2000       Paper presented for the Convivium convention: “’It is the Quality o’ the Climate’: Shakespeare, Nation and the Early Modern Doctrine of Climate”

2000       Paper presented at The Shakespeare Association of America:  “Stomachs to Fight and Eyes to Cook: Climate, Diet and Love Rhetoric in Henry V

1999       Paper presented at The Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies: “Stomachs to Fight: Diet, Climate and National Character in Henry V

1999       Paper presented at John Foxe and His World: An Interdisciplinary Colloquium:  “William Thomas and the Politics of Protestant Travel”

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