To discover the identity of the first of the two plenary speakers we’re announcing today, we invite you to turn to your copy of Venus and Adonis, lines 383-6 (Oxford edition). He also features in Henry VI Part II, grazing in Cheapside, and as part of a duo in Titus Andronicus, haling a ‘vengeful wagon’. Whether or not he will … Continue reading
A series of AHRC-funded studentships, both at the Masters and Doctoral level, are available at the University of Roehampton. There are opportunities for funding in Early Modern programs supervised by the likes of Andy Kesson, Clare McManus, and Jane Kinglsey-Smith. You have until February 19th 2014 to apply, and all the details are available here.
As 2013 draws to a close, with a turkey in the freezer and mince pies in the oven, you may well feel that your appetite can’t take any more whetting – but we’re hoping to dispel that feeling by announcing the first plenary speaker of BritGrad 2014. If you have a hunger for linguistics, Shakespearean … Continue reading
The Shakespeare Institute will hold a free to attend symposium titled ‘Shakespeare in Education: Current Trends and New Directions’, organised exclusively by students of The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham on Wednesday 3rd July 2013. The symposium is designed for those interested in Shakespeare and education including students, alumni, and any Shakespeare educators, and will … Continue reading
1. ‘Shakespearean Journeys’, Asian Shakespeare Association, 15-17 May 2014 Download the CFP for the inaugural conference of the ASA Deadline 15 August 2013 2. ‘Shakespeare and his Contemporaries’, The British Institute of Florence, 10 April 2014 Download the 6th Annual Postgraduate Conference CFP Deadline 30 October 2013 3. Shakespeare Institute Review Issue 2 now available CFP announced for Issue 3: ‘Love and Lust … Continue reading
The CFP is up, and registration is open! MEMSA Conference 2013.
…To An Informal Gathering We hope you will join us for a small meet-and-greet this Wednesday, 5th June, the evening before the conference starts. We’ll be meeting at the Windmill Inn at 6.30pm, which is just across the road from the Institute on Church Street. If you’re in town, come say hello, meet with old … Continue reading
A long, long time ago, at a conference far, far away (in Stratford-upon-Avon)… It’s BritGrad’s fifteenth birthday! To celebrate hitting the Awkward Teen phase, our annual party takes the theme of Scholars, Geeks, and Nerds, where we encourage you to ditch your inner Fonzie and celebrate your inner Urkel. The party will be taking place … Continue reading
It’s what you’ve all been waiting for: a final conference schedule is now on the blog for all of you lovely people to peruse! If you want to see when your panel takes place, and/or to formulate a game plan for the weekend [we know how hard it is to choose which panels to attend], … Continue reading
Getting to Know Your Plenary Speakers #6: Dr Yong Li Lan, Dr Ken Takiguchi, and Dr Lee Chee Keng We are pleased to announce that our sixth, and final, plenary is going to Skype in from Singapore to talk about intercultural Shakespeare. The plenary group consists of Dr Yong Li Lan, Dr Ken Takiguchi, and … Continue reading