Spring 2016 series of KiSS: Shakespeare and the Uncanny

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KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR

SPRING 2016

SHAKESPEARE AND THE UNCANNY

21 Jan 2016: 6.30pm.  Nicholas Royle (University of Sussex): ‘Shakespeare’s Foreplay’  (This talk will, exceptionally, take place at the main Penrhyn Road Campus, room PRJG2007.)

11 Feb 2016: 6.30pm.  Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University): ‘Untimely Ripp’d: Macbeth’s children’

3 Mar 2016: 6.30pm. Simon Ryle (University of Split): ‘Bre(e/a)ch: Macbeth and the language of terror’

17 Mar 2016: 6.30pm. Sonja Fielitz (University of Marburg): ‘Duke of Dark Corners: Shakespeare and the Catholic uncanny’

07 Apr 2016: 6.30pm. Francois Laroque (University of Paris III): ‘These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars’

21 Apr 2016: 7pm. Charles Nicholl (University of Sussex): Rose Theatre Shakespeare Birthday Lecture: ‘Counterfeit Presentments: Portraits of Shakespeare and the messages they send’

30 Apr 2016: 10am – 8pm. ‘Frances Yates: The Art of Memory’ Frances Yates Conference pic

Speakers include Roy Eriksen, Marjorie Jones, Margaret McGowan, Felix Sprang, and Claudia Wedepohl.

See also: KiSSiT: Shakespearean Thresholds, 2 April 2016.

Venue: Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston-upon-Thames, unless otherwise stated.

All sessions are free and open to all. No reservations necessary (except for Frances Yates).

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