CFP Shakespeare’s Shipwrecks: Theatres of Maritime Adventure

November 29, 2010


The 2011 spring conference of the German Shakespeare Society, organised in association with the European Shakespeare Research Association (ESRA), will take place
28 April – 1 May 2011 in Weimar (Germany)
Confirmed Speakers

Opening Keynote

Ania Loomba, University of Pennsylvania 

Plenary Speakers:
Tobias Döring, University of Munich
Ina Habermann, University of Basel

Ton Hoenselaars, Utrecht University

Rui Carvalho Homem, University of Porto

Gordon McMullan, King’s College London

Carol Rutter, Warwick University

Katrin Trüstedt,
University of Erfurt

Closing Keynote


Peter Greenaway
Call for Seminar Papers

Proposals for papers to be presented in seminars are welcome. Proposals should contain a 200-300 word abstract together with the full name, affiliation and email of their author(s) and they should be emailed to the convenors of each seminar.
Deadline for reception of abstracts: 10 January 2011


For more information click here.




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