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August 2019

ARIELSTRATFORD

August 16 - August 21

The Unique Shakespeare Camp at Stratford August 15 - 31, 2019 Spaces available for BSA members. Option One: 12 spaces: August 16 - 21 You watch: Measure for Measure, The Provoked Wife. Much Ado About Nothing (Festival Players), The Taming of the Shrew, Venice Preserved Option Two: 9 spaces: August 26 - 31 You watch: As You Like It, The Provoked Wife, Venice Preserved, Measure for Measure, The Taming of the Shrew Enjoy seminars, sonnet readings and a daily reading…

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October 2019

I SEDERI International Conference for Junior Researchers

October 9 - October 11
University of Murcia, Calle Campus Universitario
Murcia, 30100 Spain
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University of Murcia, 9–11 October 2019 Keynote Speakers: Zenón Luis-Martínez, President of SEDERI (Universidad de Huelva, Spain) Sonia Massai (King’s College London, UK) Paul Prescott (University of Warwick, UK) We are pleased to announce that the I SEDERI International Conference for Junior Researchers will be held on 9, 10 and 11 October 2019 at the University of Murcia (Spain). This event is part of an initiative born within SEDERI, the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies, which seeks…

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July 2021

2021 World Shakespeare Congress, Singapore

July 19, 2021 - July 23, 2021

Shakespeare Circuits 11th World Shakespeare Congress Singapore, 19–23 July 2021 The Programme Committee of the 2021 World Shakespeare Congress welcomes proposals for panels, roundtables, seminars, and workshops responding to the conference theme ‘Shakespeare Circuits’. The trope of circuits draws attention to the passage of Shakespeare’s work between places and periods, agencies and institutions, positionalities and networks of production, languages and mediums. Topics may include, but are not restricted to: Renaissance circuits: socio-cultural economies, ecologies, and performance practices Transmissions: textual transfer,…

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