CFP: "The Presence of Shakespeare and War" at SAA
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0609 Thursday, 29 June 2006
From: Evelyn Gajowski <
Date: Wednesday, 28 Jun 2006 10:16:26 -0700
Subject: CFP: "The Presence of Shakespeare and War" at SAA
"The Presence of Shakespeare and War"
Leader: Evelyn Gajowski, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Research Seminar, Shakespeare Association of America, San Diego, 5-7
Military conflict is a subject Shakespeare dramatized time and again,
particularly in the histories and the tragedies. How do his
representations of war strike us--embedded, as we are, in the 21st
century? How do contemporary lived experience and representations of
war shape the meanings we construct in Shakespeare? How does he gender
military experience? How do we? All theoretical perspectives are
welcome, especially those interrogating how our moment (in)forms
Shakespeare, as well as how his moment (in)forms us.
SAA members can register for this research seminar online at the SAA
Participants 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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