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Final Call for Papers: Shakespeare's
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0856  Wednesday, 7 May 2003

From:           Robert Shaughnessy <
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Date:           Tuesday, 6 May 2003 16:38:43 +0100
Subject:        Final Call for Papers: Shakespeare's Children/Children's
Shakespeares

(Apololgies for cross-posting)

Centre for Renaissance Studies Annual Conference
(in association with the National Centre for Research in Children's
Literature)

SHAKESPEARE'S CHILDREN / CHILDREN'S SHAKESPEARES

FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS

11 OCTOBER 2003

AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SURREY ROEHAMPTON

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: CATHERINE BELSEY

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Richard Burt
Kate Chedzgoy
Carol Chillington Rutter
Michael Rosen

The child - as agent, symbol, witness or victim - is a recurrent
preoccupation in Shakespeare's work. Children also occupied a pivotal
role in the cultures of performance of early modern England. This
conference will explore these matters in both historical and modern
settings. It will investigate what the child meant and what it meant to
be a child for Shakespeare and his contemporaries, and trace the ways in
which Shakespeare has functioned subsequently in education, performance
and popular culture.

Proposals are invited for short papers (20 minutes), panel presentations
and workshops on all aspects of the subject of Shakespeare and childhood
worldwide. Topics for consideration might include:

.       Representations of the child in Shakespeare's plays
.       Early modern constructions of childhood and youth
.       Boy actresses/children's playing companies
.       Child performers on stage and screen
.       Adults playing children
.       Shakespeare in primary and secondary education
.       Shakespeare and Theatre-in-Education
.       Narrative treatments of Shakespeare
.       Illustrated editions and versions
.       Abbreviation, bowdlerisation and abridgement
.       Shakespeare and the changing curriculum around the world
.       Shakespeare in youth culture: allusions, citations, spin-offs
and parodies
.       Cartoon Shakespeares
.       Shakespeare and Writing for Children
.       Shakespeare on the Internet
.       Shakespeare and Childhood in the Novel
.       Shakespeare and Children's/Youth Theatre
.       Shakespeare, Childhood and the Visual Arts

Informal enquires and abstracts (no more than 300 words) plus a brief
CV, by 31 MAY 2003, to:

Dr Robert Shaughnessy                           Susanne Greenhalgh
Reader                                          Senior Lecturer
Drama, Theatre and Performance                  Drama, Theatre and Performance
University of Surrey Roehampton                 University of Surrey
Roehampton
Roehampton Lane                                 Roehampton Lane
London                                          London
SW15 5PH                                                SW15 5PH

Tel:    0208  392 3414                          Tel:    0208  392 3334
Fax:    0208  392 3289                          Fax:    0208  392 3289


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