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16th International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0652.  Tuesday, 10 June 1997.

From:           Lynne Magnusson <
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Date:           Monday, 09 Jun 1997 23:14:57 -0400
Subject:        16th International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre

You are invited to attend:

The 16th WATERLOO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELIZABETHAN THEATRE

Special Topic: THEATRE AND NATION

21-25 July 1997
University of Waterloo, Canada


Tentative Schedule

Monday 21 July
8:00-10:30 Reception

Tuesday 22 July
9:45-12:15 Terence Hawkes (University of Cardiff, Wales), "Bryn Glas"
           Paul Yachnin (University of British Columbia), "Millenarian Ghosts:
Belatedness and Nationhood in Hamlet"

2:00-4:15 Jean Howard (Columbia University), "City and Nation in
Jacobean City Comedy"
          Margo Hendricks (University of California, Santa Cruz),
"Natio, Nation, Generation: The Making of 'Race' in Elizabethan England"

8:00      The Taming of the Shrew (Festival Theatre, Stratford)

Wednesday 23 July
8:45-9:45 A.J. Hoenselaars (University of Utrecht), "The Topography of
Fear"
          Janelle Jenstad (Queen's University), "Defending England's Royal
Exchange:Nationalism and Commerce in Heywood's 2 If You Know Not Me You
Know Nobody"

11:00     Panel Discussion on "Race, Gender, Nation" (Festival
Theatre,Stratford)

2:00      Richard III at the Tom Patterson Theatre

8:00      Coriolanus at the Patterson Theatre or Romeo and Juliet at the
Festival Theatre

Thursday 24 July
9:00-10:00 Steve Sohmer (Bel Air, CA), "12 June 1599: Opening Day at
Shakespeare's Globe"
           Benjamin Griffin (Umpqua, OR), "The English Saints and the Formation
of National-History Drama"

10:30-12:45 Michael Neill (University of Auckland, New Zealand),
"Mercantile English Nationalism and The Island Princess"
            Paul Stevens (Queen's University), "Milton, Drama, and the Nation"

2:15-4:30   Leanore Lieblein (McGill University), "Shakespeare, Prince
du Qu

 

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