Hannah Arendt and Shakespeare programme, Sept 7, 2019

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE

SATURDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2019

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HANNAH ARENDT AND SHAKESPEARE

09.30: Coffee (Temple Pavilion) 

10.00:  Chair: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)

Avraham Oz (University of Haifa):
‘Arendt, Shakespeare and the Banality of Nationhood’

11.00: Coffee (Temple Pavilion) 

11.30: Chair: Hannah Crawforth (King’s College University of London) 

Cecilia Sjöholm (Södertörn University):
‘Arendt and Shakespeare: Voices in the Belly’

Paul Kottman (New School, New York):
‘On Sea-Changes and Metamorphoses’

13.00 Lunch (Bell Inn, Hampton)

14.30: Chair: Detlef Wagenaar (Saxion University, Netherlands)   

Paul Dahlgren (Georgia Southwestern State University):
‘Arendt’s Shakespeare Revisited’ 

Caroline Lion (University of Birmingham):
‘Hannah Arendt’s Worst Nightmare’

16.00: Tea (Temple Pavilion) 

16.30: Chair: Richard Burt (University of Florida)

Howard Caygill (Kingston University):
‘Shakespeare in Dark Times’

17.15: Round Table Discussion


 

Tickets are £20 (includes tea, coffee and sandwich lunch at the Bell Inn).

To register for this event go to:

arendtandshakespeare.eventbrite.co.uk

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Kingston Shakespeare is the home of KiSS, and its offshoot KiSSiT. Both explore the world by thinking through Shakespeare.
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1 Response to Hannah Arendt and Shakespeare programme, Sept 7, 2019

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    Details of the next Shakespeare in Philosophy seminar

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