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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1869  Monday, 14 November 2005

From: 		Ilona Goldmane <
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Date: 		Monday, 14 Nov 2005 13:07:37 +0200 (GMT+02:00)
Subject: 	Articles/Publishing

Dear Colleagues,

In 2004 my publication Latvian Hamlets: In Search of Identity and 
Nationhood was released in the Proceedings of the II International 
Shakespeare Conference "Playing Games with Shakespeare: Contemporary 
Reception of Shakespeare in the Baltic Region", which was held in 
Gdan'sk, on 6-8 August 2004.

Having got a highly positive feedback both from the participants of the 
above-mentioned conference and some other colleagues of mine, I would 
like to continue this research and to give insights into the other 
Shakespearean plays staged in Latvia that could result in a monograph.

However, in my opinion, it is very important to understand the potential 
interest of the Shakespearean community in such a project and the 
opportunities in finding a prospective publisher.

I hope you will find some time for reading my article on the Forum web 
site and will be able to advise me how to initiate the search of 
publishing house/s.

Moreover, as a novice article writer I am searching for opportunities to 
publish another paper of mine (it also can found on the Forum web site) 
which has already been rejected twice (by the Humanity Faculty of Kaunas 
Technical University and by a cinematographic journal JumpCut). Both 
institutions regard the paper as interesting and professional, yet don't 
find the research area to correspond the scope of their interests.

Best regards,
Ilona Goldmane
MA in English Philology

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