Would you like to learn more about the early modern period and to do research in one of the world’s best collections of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century books? The Folger-GW Undergraduate Seminar on “Books and Early Modern Culture” is a rare opportunity to study at the Folger Shakespeare Library with experts in the field of book history and with texts that are unavailable anywhere else.
Please come to an information session on the Folger-GW Undergraduate Seminar to learn more about the seminar and how you can be part of it. Speakers will include Sarah Werner, Director of the Undergraduate Program, and four students who took the seminar in the fall: Elizabeth Dent (French and Art History), Emma Martin (English and Classics), Sean Mooney (English), and Tim Pickert (History). You’ll learn about the course, the workload, the subject, and the application requirements, as well as be able to ask questions.
Wednesday, March 10th, 4:30 to 5:30, Rome 771
Please join us for all or part of the session.
Applications for the Fall 2010 seminar are due March 31st; more information about the program and the application process can be found by visiting www.folger.edu/undergraduates or by contacting Dr Werner at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about early modern books and book history at wynkendeworde.blogspot.com. Or by clicking here to see the flyer.