Shakespeare and Hegel (Kingston Shakespeare at the Temple), Apr 1

Shax and Hegel poster simple

10.00: Jennifer Bates (Duquesne University):
‘Hegel and Shakespeare on the Measure for Measure: The Hangman’s Mystery’

11.00: Coffee

11.30: Simon Haines (Chinese University of Hong Kong):
‘Hegel and The Merchant of Venice

12.15: Joe Moshenska (University of Cambridge):
King Lear and Hegel’s “Unlimited Monarchy”’

13.00: Lunch (Bell Inn, Hampton)

14.00: Paul Kottman (New School, New York):
‘Hegel and Shakespeare on the Pastness of Art’

14.45: Erik Roraback (Charles University, Prague):
‘Hegel, Shakespeare, and Forms of the World Spirit’

15.30: Tea

16.00: Ewan Fernie (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham):
‘Shakespeare, Hegel – and Garrick?’

17.00: Round Table Discussion

19.30: Chamber Concert: ‘The Music of the World Spirit’ – The Abel Quartet play Haydn, Mozart and Devienne

The registration fee is £20, which covers a sandwich lunch at the Bell Inn, plus coffee and tea. The charge for the concert will be an additional £12. All proceeds go to support the Temple. See here for directions to the Temple. Places are limited. See also Facebook page.

Book tickets here at Eventbrite!

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