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CFP: Shakespearean Childhoods - British Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0641  Wednesday, 2 April 2003

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Date:           Wednesday, 2 Apr 2003 10:25:00 +0100
Subject:        CFP: Shakespearean Childhoods - British Shakespeare
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CFP: Shakespearean Childhoods: Representing and Addressing Children in
Shakespeare's Works and Afterlife

Abstracts are invited for this seminar, taking place as part of the
inaugural conference of the British Shakespeare Association at De
Montfort University, Leicester, August 29-31 2003.

What is Shakespearean about childhood?  This seminar will seek answers
to this question by considering both representations and figurations of
childhood in Shakespeare's plays and poems, and adaptations and
appropriations of Shakespeare that have been addressed to, made by, or
focused on, children.  Papers are invited that address the topic from a
variety of theoretical perspectives, in relation to print, visual, and
electronic media, and across a range of historical, cultural, and
linguistic contexts.

Abstracts, around 200-300 words in length, should be submitted to
Professor Kate Chedgzoy, <
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Thank you!

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