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Florence Internationale Conference of Editing
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0517.  Thursday, 1 May 1997.

From:           Fernando Cioni <
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Date:           Thursday, 01 May 1997 11:15:59 +0200
Subject:        Florence Internationale Conference of Editing

                International Conference
      Shakespeare's Text(s): A Hundred Visions and Revisions
            Florence, Palagio di Parte Guelfa
                    29-31 May 1997

THURSDAY 29:

registration from 12.00

15.00: opening addresses

15,30: Plenary lecture: Stanley Wells (The Shakespeare Institute,
Stratford-upon-Avon)
"The First Folio: Where Should We Be Without It?"

16,30: coffee break

17.00-19.00 panel session: "The Politics of Editing" with Gary Taylor
(University of Alabama), Giorgio Melchiori (University of Rome), Richard
Proudfoot (University of London), Graham Holderness (University of
Hertfordshire)

ore 19.30: British Institute: drink & buffet


FRIDAY 30:=20

9.30: Plenary lecture: Jerome McGann (University of Virginia)
"Editing as a Theoretical Pursuit"

10.30: coffee break

11.00-13.00 panel session: "The texts of Hamlet" with Ann Thompson
(Roehampton Institute, London), Alessandro Serpieri (University of
Florence), Steven Urkowitz (University of New York), Bryan Loughrey
(Roehampton Institute, London)

13.00: buffet

15.00: Book presentation: Alessandro Serpieri's translation of Hamlet Q1
with Giovanna Mochi (University of Siena), Alessandro Serpieri
(University
of Florence) and  Giorgio Melchiori (University of Rome)

15.30: Plenary lecture: Margreta de Grazia (University of Pennsylvania)
 "Cruxes of the Zeitgeist in Hamlet"

16.30 coffee break

17.00-19.00 panel session: "The afterlife of Shakespeare's texts" with
Keir
Elam, (University of Florence), Fernando Cioni (University of Florence),
Carla Dente (University of Pisa), Luca Biagiotti (University of Pisa)

SATURDAY 31:

9.30: Plenary lecture: Michael Warren (University of California)
"Citizens and Editors"

10,30: coffee break

11,00: Presentation of  issue 9 of  "Textus" on Shakespeare's texts
(Keir
Elam, Ann Thompson and Richard Proudfoot)


Registration Fee Lit. 70.000 (=A3 30, $ 50)
For further information contact Dr. Fernando Cioni e-mail

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