North West Renaissance Drama Colloquium

March 2, 2011

A day of papers and discussion to be held in Manchester, 23rd June 2011

Proposals are invited for papers to be delivered at the first North
West Renaissance Drama Colloquium. The event will bring
together researchers and students from all institutions and at all
career stages for a day of papers and discussion. A short list of
plays being spoken on will be circulated in advance of the event
and all delegates will be encouraged to come prepared to share
ideas on interpretation and teaching. The venue in Manchester is
to be confirmed.

A keynote lecture will be given by Professor Nicholas Royle
(Sussex), author of The Uncanny, How to Read Shakespeare,
After Derrida and a novel, Quilt .

To express interest in attendance or to propose a 20 minute paper on any
aspect of Renaissance or Restoration drama (preferably focussing on a single
play), please email a 300 word abstract by 08.04.11 to Naya Tsentourou and
James Smith at:


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