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Shakespeare in Florence

April 7, 2013

BI Florence

Shakespeare Graduate Conference in Florence

The annual all-day conference, now in its fifth
year, with papers (in English and Italian) given
by doctoral candidates and recent PhDs from
Italian universities on the works of Shakespeare
and his contemporaries. Sessions will be chaired
by Professor Fernando Cioni (University of
Florence) and Professor Shaul Bassi (University
of Venice). For details see the website.

 

Shakespeare Week: The Tempest

April 15-18

Please download the programme for full details of events.

Monday 15 April

16:00   Public reading of The Tempest

19:30   Film: Peter Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books

 

Tuesday 16 April

16:00   Film: Julie Taymor’s The Tempest (2010)

18:00   Exhibition: Virtue and Vengeance.  Sketches and finished pieces from fashion students at Florence University of the Arts.

 

Wednesday 17 April

18:00   Lecture: Alessandro Serpieri, ‘The Tempest  in a span of time.’

20:00   Film: Derek Jarman’s The Tempest (1979)

 

Thursday 18 April

9:15   Shakespeare Graduate Conference

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