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Cardifff Uni Speakers at “Shakespeare: The Philosopher” Conference

September 12, 2014

Christopher Norris and Sophie Battell will be speaking today at the conference “Shakespeare: The Philosopher” taking place at the University of Hertfordshire.

Norris, Distinguished Research Professor at Cardiff, is speaking on Wittgenstein and Shakespeare. Battell, a PhD candidate at Cardiff, is speaking on “Language and Exile in Richard II“.

Find out more here:

http://www.herts.ac.uk/about-us/events/2014/september/shakespeare-the-philosopher

Cardiff Shakespeare has a new twitter account – at the same handle @CardiffShakes. Please re-follow!

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Kingston Shakespeare Seminar (KiSS)

September 26, 2013

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR

AUTUMN 2013

SIX SEMINARS ON SHAKESPEARE AND PHILOSOPHY

THE ROSE THEATRE

24-26 High Street, Kingston-upon-Thames

 

 

Tuesday October 15: 5pm

Catherine Belsey: “Shakespeare, the Uncanny and the Cartesian Cogito”

Thursday October 24: 5pm

Michael Bogdanov: “The Readiness is All: Existential Shakespeare”

Tuesday October 29: 7pm

Francois Laroque: “A Sad Tale’s Best for Winter: Bataille, Girard and Shakespeare”

Tuesday November 19: 5.30pm

Christopher Norris: “Poetry Reading: Wittgenstein’s Shakespeare”

Thursday December 5: 5.30pm

Peter Holbrook: “Nietzsche’s Shakespeare”

Thursday December 19: 5.30pm

Martin McQuillan: “Marx, Derrida, Shakespeare”

Richard Wilson will also be giving his inaugural lecture at Kingston University  on October 30th.

Find out more here.

Download pdf here.

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