The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0605 Wednesday, 28 June 2006
From: Alexander Huang <
Date: Tuesday, 27 Jun 2006 17:03:40 -0400
Subject: CFP: Shakespeare, Appropriation, and the Ethical
CFP: Shakespeare, Appropriation, & the Ethical (9/15/06; SAA, 4/5/07-4/7/07)
Research Seminar on "Shakespeare, Appropriation, and the Ethical"
Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, San Diego, April 5 -
April 7, 2007
Call for Papers: In what ways have the fields of Shakespearean
interpretation, appropriation, translation, performance (film, theatre,
online, TV, in English and worldwide, then and now) been informed by
ethical questions? Are there patterns in the invocation of ethical
concerns? What resources are available in critical theory that we might
bring to bear on ethics and questions of authority, authenticity, and
aesthetics? Participants may address these theoretical and other
relevant questions, or problematize the ethical presumptions of all
modes of confrontations including literary criticism as an act of
Seminar Leaders: Ton Hoenselaars (Utrecht University) and Alexander C.
Y. Huang (Pennsylvania State University)
Format: Registrants in SAA research seminars are expected to complete
significant work in advance of the meeting: research papers, common
readings, and bibliographic compilation. Papers are to be completed and
circulated among seminar members before the meeting.
Seminars are appropriate for college and university faculty, independent
scholars, and graduate students in the later stages of their doctoral work.
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