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Shakespeare and Wales Symposium, 23/4/2010

Shakespeare and Wales

Public Lecture and Symposium

Friday April 23rd, 2010

Cardiff School of English, Communication and Philosophy

A detailed programme of the day is now available in pdf format here.

The afternoon will include a lecture by the award winning theatre director, Michael Bogdanov, and a symposium led by scholars from around the world.

Bydd gweithgareddau’r prynhawn yn cynnwys darlith gan y cyfarwyddwr theatr enwog, Michael Bogdanov, ynghyd â symposiwm a arweinir gan ysgolheigion o bedwar ban y byd.

Wallace Lecture Theatre, Main Building, Cardiff University


12pm  Public Lecture:

Michael Bogdanov, “The Welsh in Shakespeare”

2.30-6pm Symposium: “Shakespeare and Wales”

 

Participants include:

David J. Baker (North Carolina)
Michael Bogdanov (Theatre/Film Director)
Martin Coyle (Cardiff)
Dominique Goy-Blanquet (Picardie)
Katie Gramich (Cardiff)
Lisa Hopkins (Sheffield Hallam)
Chris Ivic (Bath Spa)
John Idris Jones (Independent Scholar)
Margaret Jones-Davies (Sorbonne)
Willy Maley (Glasgow)
Stewart Mottram (Aberystwyth)
Philip Schwyzer (Exeter)
Margaret Tudeau-Clayton (Neuchâtel)
Richard Wilson (Cardiff)

Admission is free, but please register your interest in attending by sending an email to encap-events2010@cf.ac.uk or by telephone on 029 2087 6049. The event will take place in Cardiff University’s Main Building, opposite the Students’ Union on Park Place, CF10 3AT.

View symposium poster here and the university’s symposium website here.

Learn more about the portrait of Philip Proger here.

The Main Building is no. 39 on the map here.

Skeleton programme:

12.00 Michael Bogdanov Lecture

1.00 Lunch Break

2.30 Panel session: New work on Shakespeare and Wales

4.30 Tea served

4.45 Round Table Discussion

6.00 Wine Reception and Book Launch for Shakespeare and Wales (Ashgate)

The panel session includes these short papers:

John Idris Jones: ”Shakespeare’s ‘friend’ John Salusbury of Denbigh”

Philip Schwyzer: “‘A Scum of Britons’? Richard III and the Welsh Reconquest”

Margaret Jones-Davies: “Wales in Cymbeline: ’the other place’”

Stewart Mottram: “Cymbeline, Wales, and the Language of Ruin”

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