Tag Archives: Jacques Lacan

Lacan and Shakespeare programme

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE 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 … Continue reading

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Lacan and Shakespeare, April 7

David Garrick built his Shakespeare Temple beside the Thames at Hampton in 1755 as a place where ‘the thinkers of the world’ would meet to reflect on the plays. He hoped Voltaire would come. Now the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar is … Continue reading

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Up-coming events, Spring 2018

Here is a provisional programme for the Spring term. Sessions will be updated as soon as possible. 25 January:  Edward Paleit (City University): Tamburlaine’s Succession 1 February: KiRSe: Edward III playreading 8 February: KiSSiT: Ildiko Solti (Kingston): “The lever of form” – performance … Continue reading

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Simon Ryle: ‘Bre(e/a)ch: Macbeth and the language of terror’ -podcast

Listen to Simon Ryle‘s stimulating lecture on Macbeth and media theory here. He talks how terror arrives with the failing media interface, how the play innovates a ‘poetics of the letter’ that registers and disrupts the technics of terror, and … Continue reading

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