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Shakespeare and Religion Conference
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0855  Wednesday, 7 May 2003

From:           Dennis Taylor <
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Date:           Friday, 2 May 2003 17:45:46 -0400
Subject:        Shakespeare and Religion Conference

Dear Colleagues,

Are you aware of this interesting, even important, conference?
Information is available at
http://www.wheaton.edu/learnres/shakespeare/index.html

I enclose the program below:
2003 Shakespeare Institue
Wheaton College
Program
(All sessions will be held on the third floor of Blanchard Hall in
Lecture
Room 339.)

Thursday, June 5

1:30 pm
Registration

2:00 pm
Welcome and Announcements
Invocation

2:15 pm
"Meta-drama in Hamlet and Macbeth"
Peter Milward

3:15 pm
Refreshments

3:45 pm
"Hamlet and Protestant Aural Theater"
Grace Tiffany

7:30 pm
"Reformation/Counter Reformation Macbeth"
Maurice Hunt
Friday, June 6

9:00 am
"'I Could Not say Amen': Prayer and Providence in Macbeth"
Robert Miola

10:00 am
Refreshments

10:30 am
"Shakespeare and the Problems of Self-love in Medieval and Renaissance
Theology, Julius  Caesar, Hamlet and Macbeth"
Robert (Robin) Reid

11:30 am
Concurrent Seminars
"Perspectives on Teaching Hamlet"
Grace Tiffany

"Editing and Writing for a Shakespearean Journal"
John Mahon

"Contemporary Poems in Response to Shakespeare: Reading from a New
Anthology"
Paul Willis

12:35 pm
Lunch

2:15 pm
"Macbeth's Ghosts and Calvin's Stage"
Kristen Poole

3:20 pm
Refreshments

4:00 pm
"Providence in Julius Caesar"
John Mahon

6:00 pm
Dinner (Anderson Commons)

8:00 pm
Dramatic Presentation
Saturday, June 7

9:15 am
 Concurrent Seminars

"Cultural Catholicities: New Contexts for Shakespeare"
Robert Miola

"Macbeth as a new kind of morality play"
Robin Reid

10:20 am
Refreshments

10:50 am
"Cobbling Souls in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar"
Maurice Hunt

11:55 am
"Topics Awaiting Further Study by Christian Shakespearean Scholars"
Peter Milward

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