2002

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.2273  Wednesday, 13 November 2002

From:           John Joughin <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Tuesday, 12 Nov 2002 18:52:22 +0000
Subject:        BSA Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS - APOLOGIES FOR CROSS POSTING

The first British Shakespeare Association Conference will be held on
29-31 August 2003 at DeMontfort University, Leicester, UK.

As part of the academic strand of the conference we are developing a
number of research seminars. These seminars are aimed at developing
fresh research and mutual criticism among participants within
specialised areas of interest and expertise.

Those interested in contributing should send abstracts of between
150-200 words for consideration by seminar leaders by no later than
February 28, 2003. The deadline for completion and pre-circulation of
accepted papers will be June 30, 2003.

TOPICS:

'Shakespeare and the ethics of cultural exchange'
Philippa Berry and John J. Joughin
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'Shakespeare and jealousy'
Julia Briggs
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'Shakespeare and performance: theatre and film'
Judith Buchanan
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'Shakespeare and poetry'
Dympna Callaghan
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'Shakespeare and the institution'
Deborah Cartmell
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'Shakespearean childhoods: Representing and Addressing Children in
Shakespeare's Works and Afterlife'
Kate Chedgzoy
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'Shakespeare in theory'
John Drakakis and Adrian Streete
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'Shakespeare, theory and spirituality'
Ewan Fernie
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'Shakespeare and change'
Lisa Hopkins
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'Acting up in the classroom'
Carol Rutter and Skip Shand
A workshop exploring the interface between the academy and the theatre
practitioner, those interested in participating should contact:
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'Re-viewing Shakespeare reviewing: scholarship, commentary or
journalism'
Peter J. Smith and Paul Prescott
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Nigel Wood
'Shakespeare and translation'
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Peter Womack
'Not just Shakespeare: the other makers of Shakespearean drama'
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Please contact seminar leaders directly with abstracts.

In order to register for the conference simply follow the link provided
on the BSA website at: www.britishshakespeare.ws

The BSA aims to bring together everyone with an interest in Shakespeare
- theatre-goers, actors, directors, academics, school teachers and
enthusiasts. The first conference will be a broad-based event drawing
together a variety of different Shakespearean constituencies.
Attendance is likely to be high, so book early to avoid disappointment.
In addition to the academic programme outlined above the conference will
also include several workshops and activities run by practitioners drawn
from a variety of other contexts including: Shakespeare and Community,
Shakespeare and Schools and Shakespeare and Theatre. Details of the full
programme will be posted on the website in due course.

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