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Globe Research Seminar CFP
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0318  Wednesday, 19 February 2003

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Date:           Monday, 17 Feb 2003 22:30:31 +0000
Subject:        Globe Research Seminar CFP

THE GLOBE RESEARCH SEMINAR

CALL FOR PAPERS

Globe Education, in coordination with the Shakespeare Institute of the
University of Birmingham, the Drama Department of University of Bristol
and the English Department of King's College London, has started a
research seminar in early modern drama for postgraduate students and
postdoctoral researchers. The aim is to create a forum for up-and-coming
scholars working in English and Drama to talk about their work with
those who are at a similar stage in their careers. The seminar is open
to postgraduate students, of any institution, with research interests in
the subject.

Seminars are held on Sundays at the Globe Theatre (12pm - 2pm). They are
timed to coincide with the "Read Not Dead" season at the Globe, so that
the participants are able to see some of the lesser-known plays of the
period performed. "Read Not Dead" is a project to stage-read all of the
400 or so non-Shakespearean plays written for the commercial theatres
between 1567 and 1642 with professional casts.

Proposals are invited for papers to be given in the forthcoming seminars
(16 March and 6 April 2003) and in future seasons. Papers, which should
be about 25 minutes long, may focus on any aspect of sixteenth- and
early seventeenth-century drama; speakers would normally be undertaking
research for a PhD or have recently completed their PhD. Anyone wishing
to present a paper should send a proposal (max 200 words) to Lucy Munro
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