Lacan and Shakespeare programme

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE

Lacan and Shakespeare

SATURDAY APRIL 7 2018

LACAN AND SHAKESPEARE

10.00

Matthew Biberman (University of Louisville):
‘Shakespeare, Garrick, Lacan: Making Sense of Hamlet’s Missing Gravediggers’

Chair: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)

11.00: Coffee (Temple Pavilion)

11.30

Penny Georgiou (New Lacanian School):
‘Lacan’s Hamlet Revisited’

Scott Wilson (Kingston University):
‘Desire and its Interpretation in Reverse: (Ophelia and “Toxic Masculinity”)’

Chair: Oliver Harris (author of ‘Lacan’s Return to Antiquity’) 

13.00: Lunch (Bell Inn, Hampton)

14.30

Peter Buse (Kingston University):
‘Comic Feelings in Freud and Lacan’

Will Greenshields (University of Sussex):
‘Exhibiting and Catching jouissance:
From Baroque Sculpture to Borromean Rings of String’

Chair: Keith Hanley (Lancaster University)

16.00: Tea (Temple Pavilion)

16.30

Catherine Belsey (Swansea University):
‘Shakespeare and the Real’

Chair: David Shalkwyk (Queen Mary University London)

17.30

Round Table Discussion

Chair: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)


To buy tickets for the symposium
(£20, which include the sandwich lunch, coffee and tea) go to:
eventbrite.co.uk

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