The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.1212 Tuesday, 1 December 1998.
Date: Monday, 30 Nov 1998 21:18:31 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Call for Papers
SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
"Shakespeare in the New Millennium"
The Ohio Shakespeare Conference
March 18, 19, 20, 1999
Sponsored this year by Baldwin-Wallace College
Plenary addresses by Michael Bristol (author of Carnival and Theater and
Big Time Shakespeare), James Bundy (artistic director, Great Lakes
Theater Festival), and Michael Mullin (Cybershakespeare project)
Topics will include pedagogy, performance, technology, the future of
Shakespeare studies, theory, and diversity issues. Both experienced
and new scholars are encouraged to submit either abstracts or completed
We are also issuing a special invitation to UNDERGRADUATES to submit
papers for two undergraduate sessions. Undergraduate papers may address
any of the topics listed above or examine one of Shakespeare's works
from the perspective of future audiences. All undergraduate submissions
must be completed essays and must be accompanied by a letter of
recommendation from a supervising instructor.
All submissions must be received by January 5, 1999.
Registration fee is $45 for faculty, $25 for students, and includes
dinner Thursday and lunch on Friday. Accommodations are at The Embassy
Suites in downtown Cleveland, close to Playhouse Square ($109 per night
plus tax.) Registration materials include information about less costly
hotels. Pre-registration deadline is February 15, 1999.
Send submissions and requests for registration information to
Professor Susan Oldrieve
Department of English
Berea, Ohio 44017