Shakespeare and the Enlightenment -programme, Sept 3

 Below is the programme for our first Shakespeare at the Temple -event. Note that altough the event is nominally free, we wish for a £10 donation that will be used for catering and support for the Temple.

The conference is followed by a performance of The Lovekyn Renaissance Consort:

‘Pretty Ducks’ : The Lovekyn Renaissance Consort perform music from their new album, featuring unusual and familiar songs and ballads from early 17th.-century England – and pictures from Garrick’s Temple and gardens.
Patricia Hammond – Voice;
William Summers – Recorders, Renaissance Flute;
Stephen Carpenter – Lute, Vihuela, Guitar

More at: http://www.lokimusic.co.uk/ 


KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR

AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 2016

SHAKESPEARE AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT

Programme

10.00 Welcome: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)

10.15: Paul Kottman (New School, New York): ‘Herder, Hegel and Shakespeare’

11.00: Coffee

11.30: Patricia Gillies (Essex University): ‘Shakespeare and Hobbes’

12.15: John Gillies (Essex University): ‘The Conversational Turn in Shakespeare’

13.00: Lunch (own arrangements: nearby Bell Inn and Stables Restaurant recommended)

14.00: Edward Chaney (Southampton Solent University): ‘Thy pyramids built up with newer might’: Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Obelisks’

14.45: Kate Felus (Historic Landscapes): ‘Garrick’s Temple Garden’

15.30: Tea

16.30: Kiernan Ryan (Royal Holloway) :‘The Empathetic Imagination and the Dream of Equality: Shakespeare’s “Poetical Justice”’

19.30: Concert: Lovekyn Renaissance Consort

Places are limited to 50. Reserve at https://shakespeareandtheenlightenment.eventbrite.co.uk

How to get to Garrick’s Temple

See also the Facebook event page!

 

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One Response to Shakespeare and the Enlightenment -programme, Sept 3

  1. What a fabulous line up!

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