The Society for the Study of Women in the Renaissance presents:
“‘Apparel oft Proclaims the Man’: Dressing Othello on the Early Stage”
BELLA MIRABELLA, Associate Professor of literature and humanities at New York University, specializes in Renaissance studies, with a focus on drama, theater, performance, and gender. She is the editor the book, Ornamentalism: The Art of Renaissance Accessories (University of Michigan Press, 2011); co-editor of Shakespeare and Costume (Bloomsbury, 2015), and Left Politics and the Literary Profession (Columbia University Press, 1991). She has written articles on women, performance and sexual politics in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Her current work includes an analysis of place, object and performance in the Renaissance. Since 1987, Professor Mirabella has directed and taught Gallatin’s Renaissance Humanities Seminar in Florence, Italy. She has received Gallatin’s Adviser of Distinction Award as well as NYU’s Great Teacher Award.
Thursday, April 20, 2017
6:00 – 7:30 pm
This event is cosponsored with The Center for the Study of Women & Society and CUNY Academy of Arts and Sciences.