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KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR, Spring 2014

February 6, 2014

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR
SPRING 2014
SHAKESPEARE AND LAW


Wednesday 12th February at 5.30pm
Martin McQuillan (Kingston):
‘Marx, Derrida, Shakespeare’

Thursday 27th February at 5.30pm
Eric Heinze (Queen Mary): ‘Equivocation will undo us: Linguistic transformation as legal strategy in Shakespearean political drama’

Thursday 13th March at 5.30pm
Andrew Zurcher: (Cambridge): ‘Gift and condition in King Lear’

Thursday 20th March at 5.30pm
Lorna Hutson (St Andrew’s): ‘Are those circumstances really necessary?: The example of Romeo and Juliet’

Thursday 10th April at 5.30pm
Paul Raffield (Warwick): ‘Shakespeare, Common Law, and the idyll of Albion: Laws and lawyers in Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2’

Thursday 1st May at 5.30pm
Shakespeare Birthday Lecture
Andreas Höfele (Munich): ‘German Shakespeare and the19th-century myth of Julius Caesar’

Thursday 8th May at 5.30pm
Regina Schwartz (Northwestern): ‘Law and love in The Merchant of Venice’

Venue: Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston, KT1 1HL
Free entry for all, refreshments served, no need to book.
Email: fass-events@kingston.ac.uk

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