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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0211  Wednesday, 11 March 1998.

[1]     From:   Abigail Ann Young <
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        Date:   Tuesday, March 10, 1998 11:58 AM
        Subj:   Tempest Conference

[2]     From:   Jose Ramon Diaz Fernandez  <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 10 Mar 1998 06:51:21 -0500
        Subj:   Shakespeare on Screen Conference Announcement

[3]     From:   Helen Ostovich <
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        Date:   Tuesday, 10 Mar 1998 17:22:18 -0500 (EST)
        Subj:   EARLY THEATRE 1 (Fall, 1998)


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From:           Abigail Ann Young <
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Date:           Tuesday, March 10, 1998 11:58 AM
Subject:        Tempest Conference

'THE TEMPEST' IN THE OLD WORLD AND THE NEW:
A University of Maryland Colloquium

SATURDAY 4 APRIL 1998
Language House, St. Mary's Hall
University of Maryland

PARTICIPANTS:
Crystal Bartolovich      Lisa Jardine
Eric Cheyfitz            Barbara Mowat
Merle Collins            Joseph Roach
Joan Dayan               William Sherman
Donna Hamilton           Alden Vaughan
Peter Hulme              Virginia Vaughan


REGISTRATION: $5 (includes coffee, lunch, and tea).

TO RESERVE A PLACE OR FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Dr. William Sherman
Department of English
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
(301)405-7634
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Sponsored by the College of Arts & Humanities with the assistance of the
Dept. of English, the Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese, the Comparative
Literature Program, and the Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies.

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From:           Jose Ramon Diaz Fernandez  <
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Date:           Tuesday, 10 Mar 1998 06:51:21 -0500
Subject:        Shakespeare on Screen Conference Announcement

Dear Colleague,

The English Department of the University of M=E1laga (Spain) is at
present organizing a conference on Shakespeare on Screen for next year.
Please find enclosed a copy of the announcement which will appear in
several periodicals in the next few months. We would be really grateful
if you could inform other colleagues who might be interested about the
celebration of this event.

SHAKESPEARE ON SCREEN : THE CENTENARY CONFERENCE. To commemorate the
first one hundred years of filmed Shakespeare, the English Department of
the University of M=E1laga (Spain) will be organizing a three-day
conference on the third week of September 1999. The conference will deal
with all aspects of film and TV Shakespeare. Plenary speakers will
include Kenneth S. Rothwell and Anthony Davies. Suggestions for papers,
round tables, workshops and sessions are welcome. Deadlines : 31 Dec.
(abstracts) and 1 April (papers), although early submissions are
encouraged. Please send all requests for information, one-page abstracts
and/or twenty-minute papers to : Jose Ramon Diaz-Fernandez, Dept. of
English and French, Faculty of Arts, Univ. of M=E1laga, M=E1laga - 29071
(SPAIN). Fax : 34-5-2131843. Email : jrdiazfernan=40uma.es.

Thank you very much in advance. We look forward to hearing from you.

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From:           Helen Ostovich <
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Date:           Tuesday, 10 Mar 1998 17:22:18 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        EARLY THEATRE 1 (Fall, 1998)

ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW JOURNAL

Early Theatre: A Journal associated with the Records of Early English
Drama (acronym ET/REED, ISSN 1206-9078) will appear annually beginning
in the fall of 1998.  Early Theatre is a peer-reviewed journal with a
nine-member international editorial board.  The first volume will
contain articles and notes on a variety of cultural and theatrical
concerns, such as:

John J. McGavin on early Scottish attitudes to plays and performance in
"The Kirk, the Burgh, and Fun"

Robert Tittler on new biographical material concerning "Henry Hardware
of Chester and the Face of Puritan Reform"

W. R. Streitberger on household and court preparations involved in
"Devising the Revels"

David Mills on travelling players in Chester

James Stokes on the waits in Lincolnshire

Dominick Grace on the apothecary scene in Romeo and Juliet

Early Theatre is also experimenting with a new reviewing format.  For
the first issue, several scholars, including Barbara Palmer, David
Bevington, Garrett Epp, Peter Meredith, David Mills, and Ralph Blasting
will participate in a forum reviewing the York Cycle in performance, in
Toronto (June) and in the city of York (July), with comments on various
aspects of staging, special effects, and treatment of text.

We invite you to show your support for the new journal by subscribing to
Early Theatre for an initial one- or two-year period.  Our new
publisher, McMaster University Press, will be taking over the
subscription lists in May, and we anticipate that the cost of the
journal may increase within the next two years.  If you wish to
subscribe now, at the current prices, you may do so by sending a money
order or VISA credit card information, using the order form and address
below.  If you prefer to be billed later by the press, please indicate
on the order form.  We would be grateful for your reply by April 15.

We are now accepting articles and notes for Volume 2 (1999).  Requests
for the ET style sheet may be addressed to the editor at

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  and submissions may be sent to:

Helen Ostovich
Editor, Early Theatre
Department of English
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4L9
Canada

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