1. JOURNAL CFP
Shakespeare Institute Review, Issue 2: ‘Shakespeare and the superhuman’
The journal’s second issue has pushed back the submission deadline to 31 October 2012. Head on over to the website here, to see how high the bar was set in the first issue, and to answer any style questions you may have. Full CFP can be found here.
2. SUMMER CONFERENCE – 26-29 June 2013
European Shakespeare Research Association: ‘Shakespeare and Myth’
The conference convenes in Montpellier, France. For more general information check the website.
[From the site:]
List of Seminars (download pdf for details):
- Early Modern Nature: Shakespeare, Science and Myth
- The Early Modern Reception of Shakespeare in Print and Manuscript: The Rise of Shakespearean Cultural Capital?
- Local and Global Myths in Shakespearean Performance
- Myth in Relation to Truth, fable, history, legend, folklore
- Myth, Romance and Historiography
- Mythical Performance and its Afterlife
- Mythologies of Childhood
- Protean Shakespeare: Adapting, Tradapting, Performing Early Modern Plays
- Shakespeare and Classical Mythology: European Perspectives
- Shakespeare, Myth and Asia
- Shakespeare and the Myth of the Feminine
- The Shakespeare Myth Reloaded: Demythologizing and Re-mythologizing Shakespeare Today
- Staging the Shakespeare Myths, 2000-2012
- Translating Myths and Mythologizing Translations
Please submit an abstract (200-300 words) and a brief bio (150 words) by 1 October 2012 to the convenors of the seminar you choose.
All participants will be notified about the acceptance of their proposals by 1 November 2012.
3. ONE-DAY CONFERENCE – 8 December 2012
Bangor University and the BSA: ‘On Page and Stage: Shakespeare, 1590-1890’
(The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies – Bangor-Aberystwyth, the British Shakespeare Association and the School of English, Bangor University)
Abstracts due: 12 October 2012
University Conference Organisers: Stephen Colclough & Andrew Hiscock
Guest Speaker: Professor Andrew Gurr (Reading University)
Shakespeare editor and author of ‘Playgoing in Shakespeare’s London’
This one-day conference focuses upon performances, interpretations and publications of Shakespeare in the pre-modern period in the UK and beyond. It is envisaged that delegates will be addressing this subject from a number of disciplinary perspectives and presentations on the following subjects would be particularly welcome:
Shakespearean Performances 1590-1890s and Performance Reportage
Shakespearean Theatre History 1590-1890
World Shakespeares 1590-1890
Critical Responses to Shakespeare 1590-1890: e.g. journalism, diaries, correspondence
Reading Shakespeare 1590-1890: e.g. criticism, education, annotated editions
Material Shakespeare 1590-1890: mise-en-scène and mise-en-page
Shakespeare as Political Icon 1590-1890
These and other related subjects will be considered for presentation at this conference. Abstracts of no more than 200 words should be sent to the conference organising committee at email@example.com no later than Friday 12th October 2012. All abstracts should include the proposer’s name, title, mailing address, email address, institutional affiliation, student/employed status.