Saturday, November 05, 2011

Article: NEH Summer Institute: Roman Comedy in Performance

NEH Summer Institute: Roman Comedy in Performance
http://rogueclassicism.com/2011/11/04/neh-summer-institute-roman-comedy-in-performance/

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NEH Summer Institute: Roman Comedy in Performance

Saw this on the CAMWS site … figured someone might be interested:

NEH Summer Institute – "Roman Comedy in Performance"

An NEH Summer Institute for College and University Faculty, "Roman Comedy in Performance," will be held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina from June 24th through July 20th, 2012. Co-directed by Professors Sharon L. James (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Timothy J. Moore (University of Texas at Austin), the NEH Summer Institute will give NEH Summer Scholars (twenty-two university or college faculty members and three graduate students) the opportunity to learn about the performance practice and social significance of Roman Comedy from leading experts in the field and to practice scholarship through
performance, producing their own performances of scenes from the plays of
Plautus and Terence.

The NEH Summer Scholars for this Institute will include non-classicists
as well as classicists. Applications are due by March 1, 2012. For more
information, consult http://nehsummer2012romancomedy.web.unc.edu/ or write
to either co-director: sljames AT email.unc.edu or timmoore AT mail.utexas.edu.

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