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Welcome! to Centre d'Etudes Elisabethaines
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 13. Tuesday, 21 Jan 1992.
From: 		Ken Steele <
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Subject: 	Welcome! to the Centre d'Etudes Elisabethaines
Date: 		Tue, 21 Jan 92 10:01:05 EST
I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome the newest group of
SHAKSPEReans, the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Elisabethaines
in Montpellier, France.  Dr. Luc Borot, business editor of Cahiers
Elisabethains and member of the Societe Francaise Shakespeare, is in
charge of exploring all the possibilities of the Centre's newly
acquired email facilities, but other members of the Centre will be
joining us here on SHAKSPER in the near future.
Dr. Borot has indicated the Centre's willingness to share electronic
resources with SHAKSPEReans, including indexes of *Cahiers Elisabethains*,
and I hope that this marks the beginning of a mutually-beneficial
electronic relationship!  (Incidentally, I will shortly post an
announcement of another valuable resource on the SHAKSPER Fileserver
-- stay tuned!)
The complete text of Dr. Borot's message can be found in the current
biography file (SHAKS-04 BIOGRAFY), but his summary of current
research at the Centre deserves a wider audience, and I quote it here:
	The research in progress here is currently on: Analysis of
	theatre performance, elaboration of a theoretical model in
	semiotics through the rhetorical system (JM Maguin & Patricia
	Dorval), The body and wound symbolism in Sh's Roman plays
	(Marie Christine Munoz under supervision of JM Maguin), Editorial
	problems (Jean Fuzier, editor and translator of the Sonnets
	& Charles W Whitworth, editor of The Comedy of Errors for the
	New Oxford), popular mentalities and representations in the
	problem plays and tragedies (S. Lemonnier under supervision of
	F Laroque), idealism and machiavelianism in the History plays
	(L.Borot and MA students), humanism in Shakespeare, humanism in
	Hobbes (L BOROT), the Levellers in the tradition of popular
	festivals and riots (L Borot and F Laroque), national identity
	and its language from the Henrician Reformation to the Restoration
	(L Borot and JP Moreau of Limoges), edition of musical treatises
	of and around John Case (P Iselin, of Limoges).
						Dr. Luc Borot

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