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Christopher Pye: ‘King Lear, Sovereignty, and the Condition of Justice’ – podcast

Listen to Christopher Pye‘s extraordinary talk here. He discussed sovereignty in King Lear relating it to autonomy, the self, the state, and the world. Focusing on Cordelia’s ‘nothing’ and Edgar’s ‘I nothing am’, he opens up the relationship of power to … Continue reading

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Christopher Pye: ‘King Lear, Sovereignty, and the Condition of Justice’, Nov 26

We are delighted to have one of the top Shakespeareans from across the Atlantic: Professor Christopher Pye will be talking at the KiSS Shakespeare and Sovereignty series on ‘King Lear, Sovereignty, and the Condition of Justice’. The talk will take place at … 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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