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Courses in English & American Literature
Renaissance & 17th-Century Courses   Suggest a Link
Herman Asarnow (U. Portland), Renaissance British Literature: An Image-Oriented Introduction to Backgrounds for English Renaissance Literature 
Mary Bly (Washington U., St. Louis), Public Domain, Private Dominion: Sexual Politics in Renaissance Drama (John Tolva, Washington U.)
Rebecca Bushnell (U. Penn),
Court Culture 
The New Church 
New Family and Sexuality 
New State and the Nation 
The New Subject 
New Worlds/New Science 
Rural Pleasures and Labors 
Urban Life 
Patricia Fumerton (U. California, Santa Barbara), Literature and Art: The Renaissance Self 
Theodore C. Humphrey (California State Polytechnic U., Pomona), Poetry of the English Renaissance (makes extensive use of the Internet)
U. Victoria English Dept., Independent Studies Course in Shakespeare 
E. L. Skip Knox (Boise State U.), Electric Renaissance 
Edward Malone (Missouri Western State C.), Shakespeare ("a reading-, writing-, and computer-intensive course in Shakespeare's plays and sonnets")
Maureen Quilligan (U. Penn), Shakespeare 
David A. Salomon (U. Conn.), Hamlet in Hyperspace 
David Worrall (St. Mary's C., U. Surrey), Approaches to Shakespeare 

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