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Submissions from 2000

Marvell's 'Echoing Song' as tombeau, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1999

Chair, "Non-Shakespearean Drama", Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1998

A Shakespearean Analogue for Milton's Sonnet 23, Christopher P. Baker

Bodies (Impolitic in Shakespeare's Tetralogies, Christopher P. Baker

Chair, Fifth round of sessions, Christopher P. Baker

Chair, Gender and Power in Renaissance Drama, Christopher P. Baker

"Why seems it so particular with thee?": Hamlet's Double Grief,, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1995

Chair, panel on Shakespearean Comedy, Christopher P. Baker

"Nada: Sacred and Profane in Hemingway's " 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1994

A Rationale for Lifelong Learning, Christopher P. Baker

Submissions from 1991

Chair, "Rhetoric and Style in a Print Culture", Christopher P. Baker

'Glittering Tinsel:' English Popular Fiction in 1900, Christopher P. Baker