Workshop Schedule Finalised, iShakespeare at No 54

SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS

62 TOTAL SESSIONS: DIVIDED 20, 20, 22

 

Thursday, 5 April 2012 (19 seminars, 1 workshop)

1.Annotating Shakespeare:

Old Words, New Tools

Jennifer Roberts-Smith

3. Citizenship: From the Outside In

John Michael Archer

6. Early / Modern Queer

Colonial Encounters

Carla Freccero

8. Emotion in Shakespeare (A)

Cora Fox

9. Feeling Medieval: The Affects

of the Past in Early Modern England

Holly A. Crocker

13. Literature and History /

Literature as History (A)

David Scott Kastan/ Keith Wrightson

19. No Respect: Re-theorizing

Comic Theory for Shakespeare

Pamela Allen Brown/Kent Cartwright

20. The Nonhuman Renaissance (A)

Andreas Höfele/Laurie Shannon

21. Non-Shakespearean

Drama and Performance

Pascale Aebischer/Sarah Werner

22. Oceanic Shakespeares

Steve Mentz

23. Othello (A)

Lena Cowen Orlin

24. The Past, Present, and

Future of Shakespeare Studies

Emily Bartels/ Mary Thomas Crane

28. Radical Romans and

Shakespeare’s Politics

Thomas P. Anderson/Richard Cunningham

29. Reading Shakespeare

and the Bible

Thomas Fulton

30. Reading Shakespeare

through Clothes

Patricia Lennox

41. Shakespearean Theater as

Mass Entertainment

Jeffrey Knapp

49. Tropes of Turning,

Conversion, and Translation

in Early Modern Drama

Michael Neill/Jean Feerick

50. The “University Wits” and the

Late-Elizabethan Culture of Writing

Kirk Melnikoff/Edward Gieskes

51. Visual Studies and

Early Modern Drama

Tamara Goeglein/Frederick Kiefer

57. Sovereignty

Scott C. Shershow

 

Friday, 6 April 2012 (19 seminars, 1 workshop)

8. Emotion in Shakespeare (B)

Cora Fox

10. Foreign Policy in the

Age of Shakespeare

Diana E. Henderson

13. Literature and History /

Literature as History (B)

David Scott Kastan/ Keith Wrightson

16. Matter, Perception, and

Cognition in the Renaissance (A)

Elizabeth Spiller

17. The Merry Wives of Windsor

Evelyn Gajowski/Phyllis Rackin

18. Negotiating Confessional

Conflict in Early Modern England

Jonathan Baldo/Isabel Karremann

20. The Nonhuman Renaissance (B)

Andreas Höfele/Laurie Shannon

23. Othello (B)

Lena Cowen Orlin

33. Shakespeare and Philosophy

Paul Kottman/Philip Lorenz

35. Shakespeare and the

Modes of Satire

William R. Jones

36. Shakespeare and the Plastic Arts

Kaara Peterson

38. Shakespeare in Place

Julie Sanders

40. Shakespeare on the

Campus Stage

Andrew Hartley

43. Shakespeare’s Life Story

Jonathan Crewe

45. Shakespeare’s Theories

of Translation

Jacques Lezra

47. Theater and Geography:

Comparative Perspectives

Anston Bosman

48. Thomas Heywood

and the Theater

Barry Gaines

52. Voluntary Sector Shakespeare

Michael Dobson

53. Women as Creators and

Consumers of Early Modern Plays

Elizabeth H. Hageman

56. Pitiful Goers-Between:

Teaching Intertexually

Timothy Billings

 

Saturday, 7 April 2012 (20 seminars, 2 workshops)

2. Chronologies in Theater History

Roslyn Knutson

4. Drama and the New World:

Beyond The Tempest?

Gavin Hollis

5. Early Modern Institutional Drama

Sarah Knight

7. Economic Criticisms: Old and New

Ann Christensen/Richmond Barbour

11. Forms of Service in

Early Modern England

Elizabeth Rivlin/ Paula McQuade

12. Is Shakespeare Our

Only Contemporary?

Will Stockton

14. Literature and Theater

as Skeptical Labs

Joseph Loewenstein

15. “Love”? Affective Bonding and

Kinship in Renaissance Drama

Frank Whigham

16. Matter, Perception, and

Cognition in the Renaissance (B)

Elizabeth Spiller

25. Performing Age in

Early Modern Drama

Naomi Liebler

26. Poetics of Possession

Amanda Bailey

27. Q1 Hamlet

Zachary Lesser

31. Rethinking Shakespeare’s

Secularity

Margreta de Grazia/Brian Cummings

32. Shakespeare and Hollyworld

D. J. Hopkins

34. Shakespeare and

Renaissance Ethics

Robert S. Miola

37. Shakespeare and the

Power of the Face

James A. Knapp

39. Shakespeare in Public

Denise Albanese

42. Shakespeare’s Errors

John Jowett

44. Shakespeare’s Sentences

Jonathan Hope

46. Sprezzatura

Elisa Oh

54. iShakespeare: New Media

in Research and Pedagogy

Sheila Cavanaugh/Kevin Quarmby

55. The Physicality of

Shakespeare’s Language

Audrey Stanley

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