Tag Archives: Dominique Goy-Blanquet

eBook: Shakespeare, Combien de Prétendants?

With recent ‘revelations’ about Shakespeare authorship coming to light, our friends in France have published an e-book (out now!) addressing this issue of Shakespeare’s identity. Edited by Dominique Goy-Blanquet and François Laroque Shakespeare, Combien de Prétendants? features articles from the editors, Richard … Continue reading

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François Laroque: ‘These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars’ -podcast

Listen to the great talk and engaged discussion from François Laroque‘s ( Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3) talk ‘These Late Eclipses: Shakespeare’s uncanny stars’. He explores astrological imagery and symbolism in three different examples of the influence from uncanny stars – … Continue reading

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New journal: En attendant Nadeau

Some exciting news from France! (Thanks to our friend Professor Dominique Goy-Blanquet for keeping us updated!) Maurice Nadeau’s journal La Quinzaine littéraire is going through a management crisis which has led the majority of Nadeau’s contributors to resign from the editorial … Continue reading

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‘Shakespeare et les couleurs du temps’ par Dominique Goy-Blanquet

Dominique Goy-Blanquet, one of France’s leading Shakespeareans and a friend of Kingston Shakespeare, has written a historic article on the Wars of the Roses, where she discusses the plays and the adaptation, also mentioning the Shakespeare and Scandinavia conference. The … Continue reading

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Barton / Hall Wars of the Roses Adaptation – panel podcast

Here is the recording of the panel on the John Barton and Peter Hall Wars of the Roses adaptation with Stuart Hampton-Reeves, Dominique Goy-Blanquet, Heather Neill, and Alex Waldmann. Frank Whately, emeritus Professor at Kingston University and one of the … Continue reading

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Discussion on the Barton / Hall Wars of the Roses + cast Q&A

While still recovering from the exciting Shakespeare and Scandinavia marathon a few days ago, we are pleased to announce a brilliant line-up of speakers for the third session in the Shakespeare and Sovereignty series, this time addressing the Barton / … 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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