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Shakespeare and Nietzsche, Sept 2

On Saturday September 2, 2017 Shakespeare at the Temple -symposium returns to Garrick’s Temple with a fourth event, this time on Shakespeare and Nietzsche with talks by Katie Brennan, Paul Kottman, Bjorn Quiring, Tracy Strong and Scott Wilson. There will be a concert … Continue reading

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Up-coming events, Summer and Autumn 2017

Here are the up-coming symposia and conferences. Our Thursday seminars will also continue–more on those soon! Sept 2: Shakespeare and Nietzsche (Shakespeare at Garrick’s Temple) Nov 17-18: Marlowe and Shakespeare Dec 9: Shakespeare’s Philosophical Turn (KiSSiT one-day conference) More info … Continue reading

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Speaker biographies for Shakespeare and Marx + concert programme

See the programme for tomorrow’s conference – some tickets are still available! Here are the speaker biographies followed by the concert programme. Booking for both at Eventbrite. David Hawkes is Professor of English at Arizona State University. His publications span … Continue reading

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Jennifer Ann Bates: Hegel and Shakespeare on the Measure for Measure: The Hangman’s Mystery -recordings

In her illumination of Shakespeare through Hegel, Jennifer Ann Bates reads the logic of measure from Hegel alongside Measure for Measure. Bates argues that each text is an initiation into the execution of the logic of measure with a focus … Continue reading

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Paul Kottman: Herder, Hegel and Shakespeare -recordings

By discussing the German philosophers Johann Gottfried von Herder (1744-1803) and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), Paul A. Kottman proposes to see Shakespearean tragedy as the birth of a distinct art form. He argues that Shakespearean tragedy works through and … Continue reading

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Introduction to Shakespeare and the Enlightenment by Richard Wilson

Professor Richard Wilson introduces the symposium on Shakespeare and the Enlightenment at Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare in Hampton, London. This is part of the Shakespeare at the Temple series. Unfortunately the original video file was corrupted, hence the slideshow video. … Continue reading

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Marlowe and Shakespeare symposium CFP, Nov 18-19

MARLOWE AND SHAKESPEARE SYMPOSIUM ROSE THEATRE KINGSTON NOVEMBER 17 – 18 2017 Confirmed speakers include Gabriel Egan, Jean Howard, Charles Nicholl, Lois Potter, Robert Sawyer, Gary Taylor, Brian Vickers and Stanley Wells Proposals are invited for 25-minute presentations, or panels … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and Marx -symposium, June 24

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE SHAKESPEARE AND MARX SATURDAY JUNE 24 2017 10.00: Chair: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)  David Hawkes (Arizona State University) ‘Marx and Shakespeare Today: Towards an Ethics of Representation’ 11.00: Coffee 11.30: Chair: Kiernan Ryan (Royal … Continue reading

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Sir Stanley Wells: The Genius of Shakespeare -podcast

Sir Stanley Wells delivers the 2017 Rose Theatre Shakespeare Birthday Lecture. The lecture is entitled ‘The Genius of Shakespeare’. The session is chaired by Richard Wilson. The Shakespearean actor Andrew Jarvis receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Shakespeare Association on behalf … Continue reading

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Margaret Jones-Davies: Shakespeare, le « nid de cygnes » et le rêve d’Europe

Shakespeare, le « nid de cygnes » et le rêve d’Europe Shakespeare, poète national, est le plus souvent cité pour ses tirades à la gloire d’une Angleterre insulaire, forte de son indépendance. La plus célèbre, dans Richard II (1595) chante l’invulnérabilité de l’île: … Continue reading

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