Dissertation Seminar: Gender, Power, Culture | Newberry

Dissertation Seminar: Gender, Power, Culture

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Friday, October 9, 2020Friday, May 7, 2021
(This program continues for multiple sessions)
Fridays, October 9, December 4, 2020; February 5; May 7, 2021

9:30-3:30

Newberry Library

Led by Linda Austern, Northwestern University and Carole Levin, University of Nebraska
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs

This seminar provides an interdisciplinary, supportive community for graduate students in the early stages of dissertation preparation. Gender plays a critical role in understanding, displaying, and experiencing modes of power across a wide range of cultural activities, ca. 1100-1700. We will analyze these from multiple perspectives and theoretical approaches, examining many different sources to develop a range of research strategies. By the end of the seminar each student should have drafted a complete dissertation proposal or chapter.

Learn more about the instructors: Linda Austern and Carole Levin.

Due to the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, the programs listed here may be postponed or held online. Please consult www.newberry.org for up-to-date information.

Cost and Registration Information 

The application period for this program is now closed.