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Howard Caygill: Laertes’ Revolt and the Limits of Popular Sovereignty -podcast

Listen to Howard Caygill‘s insightful lecture here. He explores the impact of popular sovereignty in Hamlet as it seems a necessary component to Shakespeare’s play. Claudius’ sovereignty is ambiguous not only because of Hamlet but also due to Laertes and … 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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