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Shakespeare’s Wars of the Roses with Graham Holderness, Alison Findlay and Michael Hattaway -podcast

Here is the podcast of the first KiSS Shakespeare and Sovereignty session. Graham Holderness started us off with discussing how Shakespeare’s first tetralogy becomes the trilogy of the Wars of the Roses and how this relates to order and disorder, … Continue reading

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KiSS: Shakespeare’s Wars of the Roses

Starting our ‘Shakespeare and Sovereignty’ series is a panel of esteemed academics: Alison Findlay (Lancaster University), Michael Hattaway (University of Sheffield), and Graham Holderness (University of Hertfordshire). They will be discussing Shakespeare’s Wars of the Roses. The event will take … Continue reading

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KiSS: Shakespeare and Sovereignty series, Autumn 2015

We are proud to announce this Autumn’s series of talks at the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar. On the topic of ‘Shakespeare and Sovereignty’ KiSS presents a season of debates and lectures marking Trevor Nunn’s production of The Wars of the Roses. Here is … Continue reading

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