Tag Archives: Karl Marx

KiSSiT: Shakespeare and the Philosophical Turn, Dec 9

KiSSiT: Shakespeare and the Philosophical Turn December 9, 2017 Rose Theatre Kingston-upon-Thames 10.30: Opening remarks: Timo Uotinen 10.45 Panel: Christian Smith (Independent Scholar): “The point is to change it”: Marx’s use of Shakespeare in his move from philosopher to activist … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and Marx -symposium, June 24

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE SHAKESPEARE AND MARX SATURDAY JUNE 24 2017 10.00: Chair: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)  David Hawkes (Arizona State University) ‘Marx and Shakespeare Today: Towards an Ethics of Representation’ 11.00: Coffee 11.30: Chair: Kiernan Ryan (Royal … Continue reading

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CFP: Karl Marx 200th anniversary – Shakespeare special issue

Call for Papers For a special issue of Shakespeare: A Journal marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, we are inviting submissions of papers, related to the issue’s central topic of investigating Marx’s impact, in a broad … Continue reading

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Christian Smith on Shakespeare’s influence on Marx

As a primer to our forthcoming symposium on Shakespeare and Marx in June (also for the up-coming Shakespeare and Hegel event) have a look at the work of our friend Christian Smith. He has recently published an article on the … Continue reading

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Kingston Shakespeare Spring 2017 schedule

The Spring (and Summer) term has a lot of activity in store: continued playreadings, work-in-progress presentations, book talks, conferences and symposia at Garrick’s Temple. Here is the schedule as it currently stands (amendations will be made as soon as possible): … Continue reading

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