Monthly Archives: July 2014

A new RJ inspired YA novel: ‘Like No Other,’ by Una LaMarche – NYTimes.com

‘Like No Other,’ by Una LaMarche – NYTimes.com.

Chasid girl meets West Indian nerd ….

Ralph Romeo

Ryder Ripps: An Artist of the Internet – NYTimes.com.

New Swan Shakespeare Festival Begins 3rd Season of Theatre-in-the-Round Tonight | Shakespeare in LA

New Swan Shakespeare Festival Begins 3rd Season of Theatre-in-the-Round Tonight | Shakespeare in LA.

Proud to be a small part of this venture! (Dramaturge, Romeo and Juliet.)

Folios on tour, 2015

Shakespeare to exit the vault – The Washington Post.

Michael Witmore has ambitious plans to let a group of First Folios tour the US in 2016.

CFP: dramatic architectures

dramatic architectures – Home.

CFP: Stratford Shakespeare Conference

Stratford Festival – University & College Resources.

Stratford, Ontario: June 18-20, 2015.

 

World Shakespeare Congress, 2016

Call for Submissions 

International Shakespeare Association 
10th World Shakespeare Congress 2016: 

Creating and Re-creating Shakespeare 
31 July to 6 August, 2016 
London and Stratford-upon-Avon 
The year 2016 marks four hundred years of popular, artistic, and scholarly enthusiasm for Shakespeare’s life and works. We justly celebrate Shakespeare as a creator of plays and poems, characters and ideas, words and worlds. But so too, in the centuries since the playwright’s death in 1616, have scholars and thinkers, writers, artists, and performers—of all kinds and from around the globe—re-created him. In such perpetual reinventions of Shakespeare we seem to have confirmation of Ben Jonson’s words: Shakespeare was “not of an age, but for all time”.
The tenth World Shakespeare Congress of the International Shakespeare Association will honour Shakespeare’s 400-year legacy and celebrate the continuing global resonance of his work. The Congress’s rich programme of plenary lectures, seminars, panels, workshops, events, and performances will take place across two successive locations: first in Stratford-upon-Avon, among the key sites of Shakespeare’s personal life; and subsequently in London, close to the site of his most famous workplace, the Globe theatre. WSC 2016 will offer unparalleled opportunities to engage with current Shakespeare performance, criticism, and pedagogy, and to connect with fellow Shakespeareans from around the world.

The Congress organisers welcome proposals for papers, panels, workshops, and other events (including performances and other creative responses) relating to any aspect of Shakespeare’s work, life, and continuing legacy. 
Proposals of 500 words for seminars, panels, and workshops may be submitted to wsc2016@contacts.bham.ac.uk 
Workshops and seminars should be co-hosted with at least one other delegate. The Congress is an international event, and, as such, potential co-hosts are strongly encouraged to collaborate with delegates from other countries or geographical regions. Proposers will understand that there will be more space for seminars than panels on the conference programme.

Deadline for submissions: 30 September 2014 
Those submitting proposals should ensure that their membership of the ISA is current.
Financial donations to the World Shakespeare Congress are greatly appreciated. All such donations will be used to provide grant subsidies for early-career scholars and delegates from countries with less competitive economies. For further information please write to isa@shakespeare.org.uk

 

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The Caxton edition of the complete works of William … v.8. – Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library. James wrote this for Sidney Lee’s edition. it’s often excerpted, but I’ve had trouble finding the actual edition … Continue reading

Desiring History, Historicizing Desire

Desire_Huntington

UCI Alum Melissa Sanchez is teaming up with Ari Friedlander and Will Stockton for a Huntington event on desire and sexuality in Early Modern England, September 19-20, 2014.

PDF Flier: Historicizing Desire