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WSC Seminar 2006
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1072  Friday, 10 June 2005

From:           Frances Barasch <
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Date:           Thursday, 9 Jun 2005 11:13:10 EDT
Subject:        WSC Seminar 2006

The following seminar will be held at the Eighth World Shakespeare
Congress at Brisbane, Australia, in July 2006.  Persons interested in
participating should contact Frances Barasch or Rosalind Kerr (at above
emails) before July 15, 2005.  After July 15, please apply to the
International Shakespeare Association (
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No. 1. Representations of the Master-Servant Relationship in Early
Modern European Drama. Leaders Frances Barasch (Baruch/City University
of NY, USA) and Rosalind Kerr (University of Alberta, Canada).

Early modern theatrical representations frequently interrogate the
boundaries delineating master-servant relationships.  The popularity of
this topos suggests that spectators were greatly interested in watching
plays in which the social hierarchy could be subverted and patriarchal
authority overturned.  Papers are invited offering critical perspectives
on master-servant or master-subordinate themes, structures, genres,
performance conventions (such as transvestite disguise), and audience
response in Shakespeare and other early modern theatres of England,
Europe, and Asia.  Any of a variety of approaches may be considered,
including but not limited to theatre history, gender/queer studies,
philosophical/psychoanalytic/political/ social interpretation, cultural
exchange, or modern appropriations of Shakespeare.

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