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BSA Second Call for Papers
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0949  Thursday, 15 May 2003

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Date:           Wednesday, 14 May 2003 17:36:23 +0100
Subject:        BSA Second Call for Papers

BSA Second Call for Papers:

Shakespeare and Jealousy (6/20/03; 8/29/03-8/31/03)

Second call for papers for seminar session on 'Shakespeare and Jealousy'
at the British Shakespeare Association Conference to be held at
DeMontfort University, Leicester, UK, August 29-31
www.britishshakespeare.ws

Deadline for abstract (200 words): 20 June, 2003

For further details contact: Julia Briggs: 
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Re-viewing Shakespeare (20/6: 29-31/8)

Second call for papers for seminar session on 'Re-viewing Shakespeare
Reviewing: Scholarship, Commentary or Journalism?' at the British
Shakespeare Association Conference to be held at De Montfort University,
Leicester, UK, August 29-31 www.britishshakespeare.ws)

This seminar would welcome papers on a variety of topics related to the
theme. These topics might include (but are certainly not limited to):
the history of journalism and its relation to Shakespearean reviewing;
individual Shakespearean reviewers; communities of interpretation; the
function and effect of critical anonymity and/or identity in reviewing;
the economics of theatre reviewing; critical strategies for reading
Shakespearean performance; ideological (e.g. gender, class, nationalism,
race) subtexts and undercurrents in Shakespearean journalistic
reception; the history of the practice of theatre criticism and the
status of the critic; review anthologies and the conversion of
journalism into book form; the rise of academic reviewing; the
relationship between performance institutions (the RSC, the Globe,
Northern Broadsides) and reviewers; newspaper politics and Shakespearean
reception; the effect of reviews on performance; the relationships
between actors and critics.

Deadline for abstract (200 words): 20 June, 2003

Contact: Peter J. Smith and Paul Prescott

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