Archive for May 11th, 2010


Troilus and Cressida Workshop in Berlin

May 11, 2010

Performing the Poetics of Passion: Troilus & Cressida / Troilus & Criseyde

Richard Wilson and Johann Gregory from Cardiff University will be attending an international workshop in Berlin tomorrow. It is hosted by the special research cluster ‘Languages of Emotion’ at the Freie Universität Berlin and is sponsored by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).

Richard Wilson will be presenting a paper entitled:

‘Like an Olympian wrestling’: The Pause in Troilus and Cressida

Other medieval and Renaissance scholars speaking during the three day workshop include: Kathrin Bethke, Ute Berns, John Drakakis, Wolfram Keller, Hester Lees-Jeffries, Robert Meyer-Lee, Andreas Mahler, James Simpson, Stephanie Trigg, Paul Strohm, David Wallace, Kai Wiegandt.

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