Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 140. Thursday, 23 May 1991.
From: 		Ken Steele <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Subject: 	Waterloo Conference Programme
Date: 		Thu, 23 May 91 11:48:27 EDT
Lynne Magnusson and Ted McGee have just released the tentative
programme for the upcoming Conference on Elizabethan Theatre, to be
held in Waterloo, Ontario the week of July 22, 1991.  I reproduce the
highlights of their mailing below.  For further information, and a
registration form, request the file WATERLOO CONFERNC SHAKSPER from
ListServ@utoronto (see your SHAKSPER GUIDE for detailed instructions).
This updated information will also be available from the SHAKSPER
14th Waterloo International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre:
		Women and the Elizabethan Theatre
			Tentative Schedule:
Monday 22 July
4:00 - 8:00pm	Registration, Village II
7:30 pm		Reception, Common Room, St. Jerome's College
Tuesday 23 July
9:00am		Registration begins
9:45 - 12:15	J. Leeds Barroll (U of Maryland), "English Noblewomen
			and the Court of Queen Anna."
		Mary C. Erler (Fordham U), "Alice Countess of Derby
			and the Harefield Entertainment of 1602"
2:00 - 4:15	Jeanne Addison Roberts (American U), "The Crone in
			Elizabethan Drama"
		Rebecca Ann Bach (U of Pennsylvania), "Pocahontas in
			the Virginia Theatre of Ben Jonson and Captain
			John Smith"
		Julia Briggs (Oxford U), "Representing Rape in 	
			Jacobean Tragedy"
		Lisa Hopkins (Sheffield City Polytechnic), "Silence and
			the Language of the Body: Women in the Plays
			of John Ford"
8:00pm		*MAAN* or *12N* in Stratford
Wednesday 24 July
9:00 - 11:15 	Kay Stockholder (U of British Columbia), "The 	
			Aristocratic Woman as Scapegoat: Romantic
			Love and Class Antagonism"
		Karen Newman (Brown U), "Engendering the News"
2:00pm		*Les Belles Soeurs* in Stratford
8:00pm		*Hamlet* in Stratford
Thursday 25 July
9:30 - 11:45	Ann Thompson (U of Liverpool), "Pre-Feminism, 	
			Protofeminism, Shakespeare, Editing."
		Leslie Thomson (U of Toronto), "Staging Women: The
			Creation of Middleton's Female Characters"
2:00 - 4:15	Judith Weil (U of Manitoba), "'Household Stuff': 	
			Maestrie and Service in *The Taming of the
		Irene Makaryk (U of Ottawa), "'Dwingling into a Wife':
			The Desires of the (Other) Woman"
		Rosalind King (U of London), "The Lower Labyrinth:
			Alternative Voices in *The Changeling*"
		Leanore Lieblein (McGill U), "De/effacing the Gendered
			Body in *A Woman Killed with Kindness*"
8:00pm		*Timon* in Stratford
Friday 26 July
9:30 - 11:45	Edward Pechter (Concordia U), "*Patient Grissil* and
			the Trials of Marriage"
		Elizabeth Hanson (Queen's U), "Brothers of the State"
11:45 - 12:15	Business Meeting
12:30		Cash Bar, followed by Banquet.  University Club

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