Tag Archives: Macbeth

Michael Bogdanov: ‘The Readiness is All: Existential Shakespeare’

[This paper was given on October 24, 2013 as part of the series on Shakespeare and Philosophy] The Readiness Is All Good evening. For the purposes of this lecture,  I am going to concern myself with six plays – Hamlet, … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and Hegel (Kingston Shakespeare at the Temple), Apr 1

10.00: Jennifer Bates (Duquesne University): ‘Hegel and Shakespeare on the Measure for Measure: The Hangman’s Mystery’ 11.00: Coffee 11.30: Simon Haines (Chinese University of Hong Kong): ‘Hegel and The Merchant of Venice’ 12.15: Joe Moshenska (University of Cambridge): ‘King Lear … Continue reading

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KiSSiT: Shakespearean Thresholds, April 2

KiSSiT returns to with its third one-day event, entitled Shakespearean Thresholds. It will be held on April 2, 2016 at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. As always it is free and open to everyone. Don’t miss it! The programme will be … 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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Arthur Bradley: ‘Untimely Ripp’d: Macbeth’s children’ -podcast

Listen here for Arthur Bradley‘s insightful talk on Macbeth and time. Discussing temporicide or time killing with sovereignty, unbearable life, and classic criticism from L.C. Knights and Cleanth Brooks, Bradley makes thought provoking links to the death of Czar Nikolai … Continue reading

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

We are happy to have Simon Ryle (University of Split) as the third speaker in the KiSS Shakespeare and the Uncanny series. His talk is entitled ‘Bre(e/a)ch: Macbeth and the language of terror’. We will convene at 6.30 in the Gallery … Continue reading

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Arthur Bradley: ‘Untimely Ripp’d: Macbeth’s children’, Feb 11

The second speaker in the KiSS Shakespeare and the Uncanny series is Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University). His talk is entitled ‘Untimely Ripp’d: Macbeth’s children’. We will convene at 6.30 in the Gallery at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. Check the event page, … Continue reading

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Closing Remarks to KiSSiT State of Exception

Watch Richard Wilson’s closing remarks to the KiSSiT: Shakespeare and the State of Exception conference, held at the Rose Theatre, Kingston on December 19, 2015. In summing up the day, Richard discusses the space of the conference, sovereignty and democracy, … Continue reading

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KiSSiT Shakespeare and State of Exception -programme

KiSSiT: Shakespeare and the State of Exception One-day conference at The Rose Theatre, Kingston on December 19, 2015. Free and open to all. 9.00 – 9.30 Welcome and Opening Remarks by Paul Hamilton in the Gallery 9.30 Session 1: The Exceptional … Continue reading

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Open lectures for Shakespeare and Scandinavia

This years big London Shakespeare event Shakespeare and Scandinavia will take place on 8 – 11 October 2015 at the Rose Theatre, Kingston-upon-Thames. With a great line-up of plenary speakers, all of whose lectures will be free and open to … Continue reading

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