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Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0071.  Friday, 26 January 1996.

(1)     From:   Joanne Walen <
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        Date:   Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 11:46:01 -0500
        Subj:   Shakespeare at Stratford Course

(2)     From:   Jesse D. Hurlbut <
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        Date:   Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 11:56:53 -0700
        Subj:   Call for papers: MLA

(3)     From:   Thomas M. Costa <
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        Date:   Friday, 26 Jan 96 10:05:55 EST
        Subj:   CFP: Medieval-Renaissance Conference


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From:           Joanne Walen <
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Date:           Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 11:46:01 -0500
Subject:        Shakespeare at Stratford Course

This is an update (first announced in August of '95) for a one-week course on
Shakespeare in Stratford.

Title: Shakespeare at Stratford: Text and Theater
Dates: Mon-Sat, June 17-22, 1996. Arrival at guest houses expected on Sunday,
June 16. Departure from Stratford guesthouses on Sunday, June 23 for home or
further travel.
Plays: *As You Like It* (Main stage), *Three Hours After Marriage (Pope, Gay,
Arbuthnot--Swan), *Macbeth* (main stage), *The White Devil* (Webster--Swan),
*Richard III* (Barbican--London), *The Herbal Bed* (A new play about Susannah
Hall/Shakespeare, by Peter Whelan--whose play about Marlowe the RSC did a
couple of years ago).

The course is led by faculty from The Shakespeare Centre and the University
of Birmingham, England, and is for Shakespeare enthusiasts, teachers, and
students. The focus is on enhancing the understanding of text through
performance, and classes will include lectures and discussions with faculty
and RSC actors and artists about the current productions.

Cost: 7 nights' lodging at Stratford guest houses w/breakfast and dinner
included, visits to Shakespeare properties, all tickets to productions, coach
to/from London are included for $795, airfare not included. This cost figure
is based on the current exchange rate and an enrollment of 20 participants,
so the price may vary slightly, up or down.

For those interested in an application and more detailed information, you may
e-mail me (
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timely response is recommended because of limited enrollment.

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From:           Jesse D. Hurlbut <
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Date:           Thursday, 25 Jan 1996 11:56:53 -0700
Subject:        Call for papers: MLA

Call for papers

Modern Language Association.
Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society session:
"From _Mankind_ to Marlowe: Thirty Years After."

Papers on any topic related to David Bevington's work of thirty years ago.
Abstracts via e-mail (
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Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405) by 15 February.

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From:           Thomas M. Costa <
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Date:           Friday, 26 Jan 96 10:05:55 EST
Subject:        CFP: Medieval-Renaissance Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS

MEDIEVAL-RENAISSANCE CONFERENCE X

SEPT. 19-21, 1996

CLINCH VALLEY COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: WENDELL FRYE OF HARTWICK COLLEGE

        "THE 19TH CENTURY LOOKS AT THE MIDDLE AGES"

Submissions on all topics of interest to Medieval and  Renaissance scholars,
including history, philosophy,  literature, art, and music, are welcome.

Please submit a brief abstract accompanied by a one-page vita to:

        Tom Costa
        Dept. of History and Philosophy
        Clinch Valley College
        Wise, Va. 24293
        (540)328-0231
        
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 Deadline for submissions is June 1 1996.

 For further information, please contact Dr. Costa

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