Shakespeare in Italy summer school Florence

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[from Mary Chater]

Shakespeare in Italy Summer School, Florence, July 6-19

5 per cent Early Bird discount on all bookings received with €400.00 deposit before February 15

Shakespeare in Italy’s 5th summer school will be held this year at the British Institute in Florence from July . . . → Read More: Shakespeare in Italy summer school Florence

Reviving Garrick’s Shakespeare

Retrospect Opera (http://www.retrospectopera.org.uk/) is a small, UK-based charity which makes professional recordings of important musical theatre works from Britain’s past, roughly the period 1750-1950. We are currently working on a pioneering recording of the music composed for David Garrick’s great Shakespeare “Jubilee” of 1769, the most talked about cultural event of the British 18th . . . → Read More: Reviving Garrick’s Shakespeare

ANZSA response to political interference in research funding

The Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association expresses in the strongest terms that it is vital for Australian Humanities research to be funded appropriately, through a transparent and rigorous peer-review process. We are deeply concerned by the revelation that, without explanation of his motives, the former Education Minister, Simon Birmingham, disregarded the expert recommendation . . . → Read More: ANZSA response to political interference in research funding

The New Fortune Theatre, Edited by Ciara Rawnsley and Robert White

The New Fortune Theatre: That Vast Open Stage Edited by Ciara Rawnsley and Robert White

The New Fortune Theatre at The University of Western Australia is unique as an exact reconstruction of the Fortune Playhouse built in London in 1600, the year Hamlet was performed at the rival Globe playhouse.

https://uwap.uwa.edu.au/products/the-new-fortune-theatre-that-vast-open-stage

 

. . . → Read More: The New Fortune Theatre, Edited by Ciara Rawnsley and Robert White

“Shakespeare Matters”, a new Australian MOOC

Associate Professor Lucy Potter from the University of Adelaide is the leader of a team that has developed a MOOC (massive open online course) called Shakespeare Matters. The MOOC is the first on Shakespeare from an Australian university, and will be available on the EdX platform. It is scheduled to launch on 14 December . . . → Read More: “Shakespeare Matters”, a new Australian MOOC

CFP and Open Opportunities — Cerae: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

CALL FOR PAPERS       Volume 5   Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies invites essay submissions for Volume Five on the theme of ‘Representations and Recollections of Empire’. In its broadest sense, empire as a term is used to describe a state or cluster of lands and states ruled by a monarch . . . → Read More: CFP and Open Opportunities — Cerae: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Postgraduate Breakfast and Workout—2018 Literary Studies Convention

The Literary Interface 2018 Literary Studies Convention

Literary Studies Convention Poster 2

A circuit session without weights and treadmills.

Instead you join other postgraduate researchers at stations (with coffee) for small-group research training sessions led by expert researchers from the ANU.

You get to choose 4 stations for your workout and . . . → Read More: Postgraduate Breakfast and Workout—2018 Literary Studies Convention

April 23ish events

A work in progress — all events are April 23 except where specified.

*Please do let us know of any others for circulation!*

Brisbane:

Forum: “Shakespeare on Screen”. Dr. Jennifer Clement and Dr. Lisa Bode (chairs), with Professor Peter Holbrook (University of Queensland); Dr Yvonne Griggs (University of New England); Associate Professor Rob Pensalfini (University . . . → Read More: April 23ish events

music seminar

[via Mark Houlahan]

KISS TLS Advert Autumn 2014-2-2-2-2-2

KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR

SHAKESPEARE AND MUSIC

AUTUMN 2014

Rose Theatre, Kingston

 

Sprott Fellowship ($40k)

The S.Ernest Sprott Fellowship: Flyer 2014 Sprott fellowship

English literature of the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries

The late Samuel Ernest Sprott, from Tasmania, was an academic in the department of English at Dalhousie University, Canada and was best known for his work on John Milton, notably Milton’s Art of Prosody, his first book, which appeared . . . → Read More: Sprott Fellowship ($40k)

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