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ENG 730: Ovid and Shakespeare (Spring 2022): Home

About this guide

The links on this webpage are meant to help you to identify sources for your work in Professor Callaghan's ENG 730 course; depending on your topic, you may want to explore other directions among the library collections. You can contact Patrick Williams (jpwill03@syr.edu) if you have any questions about doing so or to get recommendations based on your interests.

Broader Library Collections & Resources

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Primary Sources
Secondary / Reference Sources

RaceB4Race Symposium

In September 2019, the Folger Institute and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies co-sponsored an extraordinary gathering at the Folger Shakespeare Library to explore the history of the ways we understand "race"—in all of its meanings. The focus of the "Race and Periodization" symposium was the relationship between race and historical periods; it is part of the #RaceB4Race initiative, which launched in January 2019 at Arizona State University.