Conference on Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Daniel Boyarin, University of California, Berkeley

Daniel Boyarin, University of California, Berkeley

Kim Hall, Barnard College

Monday, December 2, 1996Saturday, December 7, 1996
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Medieval Studies Program
Early Modern Studies Program

Part of “Teaching Gender in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” a series of lectures open to the public, and related workshops open by application to faculty from the Center for Renaissance Studies consortium.

Tricksters, Martyrs, and Collaborators: Diaspora and the Gendered Politics of Resistance
Daniel Boyarin, University of California, Berkeley
Lecture: Tuesday, December 3
Workshop: Friday, December 6

“These Bastard Signs of Fair”: Literary Whiteness in Shakespeare’s Sonnets
Kim Hall, Georgetown University (now at Barnard College)
Lecture: Thursday, December 5
Workshop: Saturday, December 7

See these related programs:

Gender and Literacy
Gender and Religion
Gender, the Economy, and the Law
Genders and Sexualities
Gender and Institutions: The Family, Property, and the State

Learn more about Center for Renaissance Studies Programs.