Attending to Early Modern Women Pre-Conference Workshop

The Newberry Library, Chicago
The Newberry Library, Chicago
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Wednesday, June 20, 2012

1:30 pm

Directed by Diana Robin, scholar-in-residence, The Newberry Library, and professor emerita, University of New Mexico; Karen Christianson, Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies; and Jill Gage, reference librarian, Newberry Special Collections.

This is a pre-conference workshop affiliated with the 2012 Attending to Early Modern Women conference to be held at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, June 21-23. Attendance is limited to those who sign up to attend through the conference registration process.

An introduction to the renowned collections of the Newberry and its extraordinary resources available for the study of early modern women. The workshop will include an orientation to the library and overview of the relevant collections; a library tour, including a visit inside the closed stacks; and a hands-on display of rare books and other materials.

Diana Robin, scholar-in-residence, The Newberry Library, and professor emerita, University of New Mexico

Karen Christianson, Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies

Jill Gage, reference librarian, Newberry Special Collections

Faculty and graduate students of Center for Renaissance Studies consortium institutions may be eligible to apply for travel funds to attend CRS programs or to do research at the Newberry. Each member university sets its own policies and deadlines; contact your Representative Council member in advance for details.

Learn more about Center for Renaissance Studies Programs.

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