Welcome to the British Shakespeare Association

The British Shakespeare Association is a professional association of teachers, researchers, theatre practitioners, writers and enthusiasts. The BSA is a registered charity and its aims are educational – ‘to promote and foster a better understanding of Shakespeare and his work’. Read more about us »

BSA Bulletin for July and August 2017

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NEWS FROM THE TRUSTEES CALL FOR PAPERS: British Shakespeare Association annual conference: Shakespeare Studies Today, Queen’s University Belfast, 14-17 June 2018 Shakespeare Studies is one of the most rich and dynamic areas of interdisciplinary enquiry. It embraces historical...
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BSA Bulletin for June 2017

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THE BSA BULLETIN – JUNE 2017 BSA election of new Trustees As several Trustees are now approaching the end of their terms of service, the Board of Trustees of the British Shakespeare Association wishes to appoint new Trustees to take up positions on the Board in September 2017....
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BSA Bulletin for April 2017 and Shakespeare’s Birthday

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Michael Bogdanov (1938-2017) The BSA is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Michael Bogdanov, an outstanding director of Shakespeare and longtime friend to the Association. Michael served on our Honorary Fellowship Committee, and, most recently, gave a memorable plenary...
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BSA Bulletin for March 2017

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Announcing our Honorary Fellows for 2017 The British Shakespeare Association endows two Honorary Fellowships each year. The Fellowships Committee chaired by Andrew Jarvis is now proud to announce that the BSA Honorary Fellows for 2017 are Sarah Stanton, formerly Publisher,...
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BSA Bulletin for January and February 2017

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Announcing the annual conferences for 2018, 2019, and 2020 After a rigorous process of application and review, the Events Committee of the BSA is proud to announce the institutions that will host our three upcoming annual conferences and their titles. The 2018 BSA Annual...
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BSA Bulletin for December 2016

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British Shakespeare Association Panels, ‘Shared Futures’, English Association and University English Conference, Newcastle 5-7 July 2017 The BSA invites members—teachers, theatre practitioners, enthusiasts, academics—to participate in a series of three Shakespeare panels we will...
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BSA Bulletin for November 2016

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Subscription to Shakespeare (Routledge): upcoming renewal deadline, 30th November Members of the BSA in good standing who wish to subscribe to our world-leading academic journal, Shakespeare, at the reduced rate of £15 are advised to do so before 30th November. They will need to...
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BSA Bulletin for October 2016

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BSA conference 2016 in Hull: ‘Shakespearean Transformations: Death, Life, and Afterlives’ The BSA conference was an enormous success, and the organising committee were heartily congratulated by the Board of Trustees and the delegates who came from all over the world to...
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BSA Bulletin for September 2016

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BSA conference in Hull The Board of the British Shakespeare Association look forward to welcoming members to the BSA’s biennial conference on 8-11 September. The conference celebrates all constituencies of the BSA, with education workshops, academic paper sessions, seminars,...
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BSA Bulletin for August 2016

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New Membership Officer The Board of Trustees is delighted to welcome Dr José A. Pérez Díez as the new Membership Officer for the BSA. José will formally take over from Dr Peter Kirwan in September following the Hull conference, and will assume responsibility for member queries...
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