Professor Richard Schechner
The Third Webinar on:
Pressing Issues in Theory and Theatre
English (pressing issues in theory and theatre)
Professor Mark Charles Foster
Selected Honors and Awards:
2011-2012 UCLA Clark Library Short-Term Fellowship.
2007-2008 SSHRC 4A Grant, University of Guelph, to study equity in the eighteenth century.
2006-2007 SSHRC 4A Grant, University of Guelph, to study equity in the eighteenth century.
2004-2005 Major Research Grant, University of Winnipeg, to study equity in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.
2003 Honourable Mr Justice Hudson Prize in Jurisprudence, University of Manitoba.
2002-2003 Major Research Grant, University of Winnipeg, to study discourses of injustice in early modern England.
1999-2003 Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, to study crises of law in seventeenth-century England.
1999 Merit Award, University of Winnipeg
1997-1998 Major Research Grant, University of Winnipeg, to study ideas of law in revolutionary England.
1997 Merit Award, University of Winnipeg.
1996-1997 Major Research Grant, University of Winnipeg, to study interdisciplinary thought in the English Renaissance.
1994-1995 Fellow, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University, University of Toronto.
1993-1994 General Research Grant, Department of English, University of Toronto, to study the writings of James I.
1992-1993 General Research Grant, University of Toronto, to edit James I’s Basilikon Doron and The True Law.
1988-1989 Ontario Graduate Scholarship.
1987-1988 SSHRCC Doctoral Fellowship.
1986-1987 Ontario Graduate Scholarship.
1976, 1983 Ontario Arts Council Grant.
Wednesday, July 20th
11:30 AM, NY Time
16:30 PM, British Summer Time