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CFP: Shakespeare in the Media: Old and New
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0621  Sunday, 27 December 2009

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Date:       Sunday, 27 Dec 2009 10:44:53 +0100
Subject:    CFP: Shakespeare in the Media: Old and New

Forthcoming

Call for Papers:

Articles, books for review, images should be sent to the editors and cc 
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comply with the Anglistica guidelines available at 
www.anglistica.unior.it/content/forthcoming.

Title: Shakespeare in the Media: Old and New

Editors: Anna Maria Cimitile (amcimitile at unior.it) and Katherine Rowe 
(krowe at brynmawr.edu)

Description: We especially welcome articles on less known, more radical 
or experimental Shakespearean re-visions in the fields of cinema, new 
media and the visual arts. Issues for analysis might include: The old 
and the new, fixed categories? Is cinema, whose essence was montage for 
Eisenstein, image-time and image-movement for Deleuze, a new or old 
medium? / From painting to stage photography and the fragments of 
footage material from the plays' mises en scene, what is the cultural 
politics of representing representations of Shakespeare? / The long 
history of media convergence and intermedial effects: plays within the 
film, videos within the play, etc. / Between 'deep attention' and 
'hyperattention', how do the transformative possibilities of new media 
affect the way we process Shakespearean texts? / Shakespeare, new media 
and philosophy. New media and new subjectivities. Intercultural 
Shakespeare in new media. Shakespeare and diagrammatic knowledge. GIS, 
mapping and topological Shakespeare.

Deadline: 30 June 2010.

Prof Anna Maria Cimitile
Dipartimento degli Studi Letterari e Linguistici dell'Europa
Universita degli Studi di Napoli 'L'Orientale'
Via Duomo 219
80138 Napoli
Italy

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