Posts Tagged ‘Emma Smith’

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London Shakespeare Seminars

January 27, 2011

31 January 2011: London Shakespeare Seminar
17:15: Room G22/26 (Senate House, Ground Floor)
Charlotte Scott (Goldsmiths, University of London, U.K.): ‘War and Peace: Henry V and the Language of Improvement’
Emma Smith (University of Oxford, U.K.): ‘”Such Readers we wish him”: Reading the Shakespeare First Folio’

28 February 2011: London Shakespeare Seminar
17:15: Room G22/26 (Senate House, Ground Floor)
Florence March (University of Avignon): ‘Richard III at the Avignon Festival’;
Pascale Aebischer (Exeter University, U.K.): ‘Bend it like Nagra: filming Renaissance drama for British television in the twenty-first century’

21 March 2011: London Shakespeare Seminar
17:15 – 19:00 Room G22/26 (Senate House, Ground Floor)

Sabine Schuelting (Freie Universitat, Berlin, Germany): ‘Precarious Figurations: Shylock in Twentieth-Century Germany’
Boika Sokolova (Notre Dame University in London, U.K.): ‘”Is this the promised end?”  King Lear on the post-Communist Bulgarian stage’

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BritGrad Conference Stratford 2010

June 4, 2010

Peter Roberts and Alun Thomas from Cardiff University will be presenting papers at this year’s BritGrad postgraduate conference at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford:

Peter Roberts – “Drinking Ijssel: Hamlet V.1.265.”

Alun Thomas – “The Ghosts of History in Richard III.”

The three-day event will also include plenary lectures from several Shakespeare scholars:

Thursday 17 June 2010:

Friday 18 June 2010:

Saturday 19 June 2010:

To view the conference website click here.

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