The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.1921 Thursday, 21 October 2004
Date: Thursday, 21 Oct 2004 10:30:46 +0400
Subject: Moscow International Shakespeare Conference 2004
I am glad to inform you about the International Shakespeare Conference,
which took place at Moscow, Russia, 21-23 June 2004.
It is a pity that because of illness could not notify SHAKSPERians about
it in due time, but to the present time the abstracts of conference in
the English and Russian languages are placed on a site
www.rspu.ryazan.ru/~rogatin/abst2004.htm and it is possible to get
acquainted with them.
Last time (2002) I expressed my hope, that Russia will be included in
the World Shakespeare movement on regular basis. This Conference means
that this plan is coming true.
And now brief information about the Conference program:
E. Akimov, A. Ushakova (Nizhny Novgorod) " The Graph Nulin" as
Makar Aleksandrenko Moscow) William Shakespeare's tragicomedies: In
defense of the spectacular
A.V. Bartoshevich. Shakespeare's dramas in Russian theatres today.
Ilya Gililov. Argument over "The Play of William Shakespeare.." and some
issues in current literary studies.
Andrew Girivenko (Moscow) "Awkward" Shakespeare: on the Russian
translation of Stanley Wells's "Looking for Sex in Shakespeare"
Carol Enos. The Shakespeare Encyclopedia.
N. Ishtchuk-Fadeyeva (Tver State Pedagogical University) Shake-speare,
Chekhov, and Stoppard: views on tragedy and on the tragic.
M.P. Kizima (Moscow, MGIMO) Shakespeare's Macbeth and argument with it
in William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury.
Svetlana Makurenkova. Shakespeare as a mirror of Atlantis.
B.I. Motsohein. State of the art of Shakespeare's authorship problem:
attempt at bibliographic analysis.
R.M. Nizhegorodtsev. Psycho-phonetics in Shakespeare's Sonnets as a
Yury Orlitsky. Use of Shakespearean principles of prose and metrical
verse in Alexey Tolstoy's drama.
E.B. Pasternak. Tolstoy's critique of Shakespeare as influential for
Igor Peshkov. The case of intertextuality in one translation tradition
Vitaliy Poplavskiy. The discussion of honour and dignity in
I.S. Prikhod'ko (Moscow). "Imagination" and "Cool Reason" in
N.N. Prikhodko. Shakespearean "lunar" heroes in dialogue with
Providence: tragedies "Romeo and Juliet" and "Hamlet".
N. Prozorova. The phenomenon of Shakespeare's theatre as viewed in
modern philosophy of culture.
Vladimir Rogatin (Ryazan State Pedagogical University) Mark Antony's
iambs in the two Roman tragedies, and the facts that meter displays.
T. Saskova (Moscow) On Shakespearean motifs in Anton Delvig's idyll
S.A.Stepanov. To a question about textology of Shakespeare's "Sonnets",
or How important be punctual
Valeria Florova. The Sonnets' scholarship in the last 60 years.
T.G. Chesnokova. Style and age in English drama of the late 16th and
early 17th centuries.
T.V. Shvetsova (Severodvinsk) Hamlet as a conceptual hero for Ivan
Galina Shelogurova, Igor Peshkov. "What is Horatio there?" (Concerning
the revival of Greek tragedy)
The Conference Chairman wae prof. Alexey Bartoshevich, Conference
Secretariat prof. Irina Prichodko.
Member of Shakespeare's Committee of Russian Academy of Sciences
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