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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 19.0457  Wednesday, 13 August 2008

From:       Lawrence Guntner <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:       Monday, 4 Aug 2008 13:20:48 +0200
Subject:    Shakespeare and Europe: History - Performance - Memory

With "Shakespeare and Europe" on the agenda of the International Summer 
Conference in Stratford, now in session, and the ESSE meeting coming up soon in 
Aarhus coming up soon, I would like to draw your attention to "Shakespeare and 
Europe: History - Performance - Memory", volume 4 of _Multicultural Shakespeare: 
Translation, Appropriation and Performance_, published by the University of Lodz 
Press (ISBN 978-83-7527-106-7). The general editors, Yoshiko Kawachy of Kyorin 
University and Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney of the University of Lodz, see their 
journal as "an intellectual vehicle dedicated to responding to the needs of a 
strikingly heterogeneous Shakespeare and to a multicultural community that can 
accommodate both the localizing postmodern interpretations and the globalizing 
historical studies of translation, appropriation and performance."

"Shakespeare and Europe: History - Performance - Memory" contains a selection of 
the papers presented at the seminar "Performance as History," which I conducted 
at the conference on "Shakespeare in Europe: Shakespeare and History" held in 
Cracow in November 2005 and which I have guest edited for this special issue. 
The authors represent a cross-section of European, British, and American 
Shakespeare scholarship. Likewise, their papers contextualize a broad 
cross-section of 20th century Shakespeare performance in Eastern, Central, and 
Western Europe as well as the role of "Europe" in two selected performances in 
the United States.

Copies are available from www.ips.com.pl

With best wishes,
Lawrence Guntner



Lawrence Guntner, "Shakespeare and Europe: History - Performance - Memory"

Shakespeare and National Traditions

Monika Smialkowska, "Shakespeare in History, History through Shakespeare: 
Caliban by the Yellow Sands"

Keith Gregor, "Shakespeare at the Espanol:  Franco and the Construction of a 
?National Culture?"

Tina Krontiris, "Shakespearean Histories and Greek History: Henry V and Richard 
II at the Greek National Theatre (1941, 1947)"

Political Shakespeare

Veronika Schandl, "History - Performance - Memory: Richard III and the 
Subversion of Theatre in Hungary 1955"

Jacek Fabiszak, "Shakespeare's Histories and Polish History: Television 
Productions of Henry IV (1975), Richard III (1989), Othello (1981/1984)"

Mark Sokolyansky, "Richard III in Russian Theatre at the Twilight of the 'Thaw'"

Transformational Shakespeare

Stuart Hampton-Reeves, "Done Like a Frenchman?: Henry VI, the Tyranny of the 
Audience and Spect-Actorial Adaptations"

Francesca Rayner, "Between Transgression and Institutionalisation: Teatro 
Communo?s Measure for Measure"

Patricia J. Lennox, "Romanian? Shakespeare on the New York Stage: Andrei 
Serban?s Hamlet"

Nancy  Isenberg, "That Shakespearean Rome!  Work in Progress: An Experiment in 
Intermedial Criticism "


Bryan Reynolds, "EuroShakespace and the Witness-Function: Convergences of 
History, Memory, and Affective Presence"

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