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Sonja Fielitz: ‘Duke of Dark Corners: Shakespeare and the Catholic uncanny’ -podcast

Listen to the ‘Duke of Dark Corners’ by Sonja Fielitz (University of Marburg) here.  While discussing the visual (and spatial) uncanny, she takes us on a journey from Nicholas Royle and Nicholas Owen, the builder of priest holes, to Shakespeare … Continue reading

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Spring 2016 series of KiSS: Shakespeare and the Uncanny

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR SPRING 2016 SHAKESPEARE AND THE UNCANNY 21 Jan 2016: 6.30pm.  Nicholas Royle (University of Sussex): ‘Shakespeare’s Foreplay’  (This talk will, exceptionally, take place at the main Penrhyn Road Campus, room PRJG2007.) 11 Feb 2016: 6.30pm.  Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University): ‘Untimely Ripp’d: Macbeth’s … Continue reading

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Nicholas Royle: ‘Shakespeare’s Foreplay’, Jan 21

The first speaker for the Spring 2016 series on Shakespeare and the Uncanny will be Nicholas Royle (Sussex), who – with his book The Uncanny (2003) – is the perfect speaker to start the series. His talk is entitled ‘Shakespeare’s … Continue reading

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