Tag Archives: Julia Reinhard Lupton

Introduction to Shakespeare and the State of Exception

    The topic of our conference is the “state of exception”. The concept was originated by Carl Schmitt in his book Political Theology (1922) and recently revisited in the important philosophical work by Giorgio Agamben entitled, State of Exception … Continue reading

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KiSSiT: SHAKESPEARE AND THE STATE OF EXCEPTION CFP

Following the success of its conference on ‘Shakespeare and Waste’, Kingston Shakespeare Seminar in Theory seeks participants for a one-day conference on ‘Shakespeare and the State of Exception’ to be held on Saturday 19 December, 2015 at the Rose Theatre, … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and the Future of Theory + Facebook page

Our own Johann Gregory is the co-editor a book (with François-Xavier Gleyzon) recently published by Routledge. It features articles from Julia Reinhard Lupton and C. J. Gordon, Madhavi Menon, Christopher Pye, and Richard Wilson among others. Check it out here! Here is … Continue reading

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