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Lecture at Drew University, Philadelphia, PA



                                        Date:     10-Mar-1999 09:30am EDT
                                        From:     Rose, Jonathan
                                                  JEROSE
                                        Dept:     FAC/STAFF
                                        Tel No:   (973)-408-3545

TO: Press SH to view recipients.

Subject: David Scott Kastan Lecture

        The Graduate Programs in Book History and English at Drew
University present a public lecture:


                        DAVID SCOTT KASTAN
  Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
Editor of The Arden Shakespeare and A New History of Early English Drama

                          will speak on:

        "THE MECHANICS OF CULTURE: EDITING SHAKESPEARE TODAY"

                   Monday, 29 March at 8:00 p.m.
                     Founders Room, Mead Hall
                   Drew University, Madison, NJ

        Admission is free and open to the general public.  There will be a
reception following the event.  This lecture is partly funded by a grant
from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.

        For information about the Graduate Program in Book History,
contact the Office of Graduate Admissions, Drew University, Madison, NJ
07940-4066, telephone 973-408-3110, e-mail gradm@drew.edu.

        [Other lists and publications please copy.]


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