- Festival of UCI
- Medieval Baltimore
- ▶ Simon Russell Beale on the wedding scene in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ – YouTube
- ▶ CounterBalance Theater’s The Odyssey
- Donovan Sherman on Weak Reading in Cymbeline
- UCI’s First Folio
- Garden Grove troupe offers a multicultural Shakespeare experience – The Orange County Register
- David Goldstein reviewed by Fran Dolan at LARB
- Timothy Morton Acts Up – The Los Angeles Review of Books
- JSTOR Understanding Shakespeare
Category Archives: Shakespeare
I am looking forward to being a part of this county-wide festival.
Theodore Bale on Houston’s new (or not so new) RJ.
Shakespeare in Chinese.
The Performing Arts Research Centre (Tutke) at the Theatre Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki welcomes artistic researchers at doctoral and post-doctoral levels to take part in the fourth biannual colloquium on artistic research in performing arts.
Artistic research, art-based research, practice-based research, practice-led research, performance as research – these are just some of the terms and approaches that have been developed to describe knowledge production originating from artistic concerns. This colloquium is the fourth in a series of biannual colloquia, organised by the Performing Arts Research Centre at the University of the Arts, Theatre Academy Helsinki, aimed at addressing the problems and possibilities of artistic research, particularly those involving the performing arts. The term ‘performing arts’ is here understood in a broad sense that encompasses a variety of different creative practices. The purpose of these colloquia is to contribute to the development of research practices in the field of the performing arts and to foster their social, pedagogical and ecological connections.
MLA 2016 Presidential Theme: Literature and Its Publics: Past, Present, and Future | News from the MLA
Theme announced by incoming MLA President Roland Greene. Pretty fabulous.
Una Chaudhuri is cited. So is Shakespeare.
Shakespeare and Law: New Keywords
A special session
Presiding: Julia Reinhard Lupton, Univ. of California, Irvine
1. “Hospitality,” Kevin Curran, Univ. of North Texas
2. “Use,” Luke Andrew Wilson, Ohio State Univ., Columbus
3. “Common(s),” Carolyn J. Sale, Univ. of Alberta
For session description and abstracts, visit shakespeareanexteriority.wordpress.com/ after 1 Dec.