Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 244. Sunday, 18 April 1993.
Date: Saturday, 17 Apr 1993 17:52 EDT
"Shakespeare at Kalamazoo" is a loosely-structured group that meets during the
annual International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan
University held every Mother's Day weekend. This year, the 25th annual, S at K
will hold three sessions: On Thursday, May 6, after a short business meeting, a
screening and discussion of Branagh's *Henry 5*; on Friday May 7, "The History
Play in Text and Performance" with papers on R2 and on H5 by Derrik Pitard,
Joan Hartwig, and, in a collaborative paper, Bernice Kliman and Patricia Harris
Stablein; also on Friday May 7, a panel discussion of Different Theoretical
Approaches to Cross/Dressing in Shakespeare, with Michael Shapiro, Carole
Levin, Jo Miller, and B. J. Bedard. The sessions were all organized by Carole
Levin. For information about the conference, call Prof. Otto Grundler of the
WMU Medieval Institute at 616 387 8745 or FAX 616 387 8750. Submit ideas for
papers, abstracts, or papers to Joan Hartwig for next year's sessions.
S at K is unique because it draws upon the broad interdisciplinary interests
of those who attend the conference. Thus papers might be given by those
whose primary interest is art, history, religion, politics, law, &c, &c.
The conference also offers opportunities to attend rare medieval dramatic