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CFP: Barton, Hall and Shakespeare

Members of the BSA may be interested in the following CFP for a conference co-sponsored by the BSA. BARTON, HALL AND SHAKESPEARE ROSE THEATRE KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES SEPTEMBER 7 / 8 2018 CALL FOR PAPERS The Kingston Shakespeare Seminar and British Shakespeare... Read More...

Othello on Trial

Members of the BSA may be interested in the following BSA-sponsored event: Law on Trial 2018: Othello on Trial Monday 11th June 2018 Reception: 6pm Performance: 6.15pm Symposium Discussion: 7.30-8.30pm Hamlet. The Macbeths, of course. Richard 111 — they’ve all... Read More...

Shakespeare and Sci-Fi Conference Report

By Powder Thompson, PhD candidate, Anglia Ruskin University Anglia Ruskin University’s Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy held a conference on Shakespeare and Science Fiction on 28 April 2018 in Cambridge. Papers on all aspects of the intersection between Shakespeare... Read More...

Much Ado About Nothing Colloquium Report

Ben Haworth received a BSA bursary to attend the  Much Ado About Nothing Colloquium at the Rose Theatre in Kingston upon Thames on 21 April 2018. He offers below a short report on the event. This brief yet superbly compact colloquium allowed... Read More...

Shakespeare’s Emotions, Lost and Found

On Friday, November 17th, more than 60 Shakespeare students, scholars, theatre practitioners, and enthusiasts gathered at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Other Place Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon to discuss emotion in Shakespeare’s plays. This educational event, called ‘Shakespeare’s Emotions, Lost and Found’,... Read More...

Shakespeare’s Emotions, Lost and Found

Members of the BSA may be interested in the following event. Shakespeare’s emotions, lost and found Nov. 17, 4.30-6pm The Other Place, Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon https://beinghumanfestival.org/event/shakespeares-emotions-lost-and-found/ This free event, supported by the British Shakespeare Association and organized as part of the... Read More...

The First Playhouse at Drury Lane Symposium Report

Earlier this year, the BSA was pleased to sponsor the following event at the London Metropolitan Archives. Lynne Wainwright reports on how it went. On the 9th September 2017, The First Playhouse in Drury Lane: a symposium on the Cockpit-Phoenix... Read More...

Reports from the Offensive Shakespeare Conference

The BSA is proud to have sponsored the Offensive Shakespeare Conference at Northumbria University on 23rd and 24th May 2017. The following reports were written by those who received BSA bursaries for the event: John Rowell Shauna O'Brien [caption id="attachment_1725"... Read More...

Peter Hulme in conversation with John Drakakis

The following conversation between John Drakakis (JD), emeritus professor of English at the University of Stirling, and Peter Hulme (PH), emeritus professor of Literature at the University of Essex took place at Lancaster University on 13th March 2017. Members of... Read More...

Programme and Registration Forms for our Teachers’ Conference!

The BSA is pleased to announce that the programme and registration form for our teachers' conference this summer are now available. Download Programme Download Registration Form Full details for this event continue below: Teachers’ Conference: Shakespeare and Creativity Thursday 3... Read More...
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