“Multicultural Shakespeare: Translation, Appropriation and Performance” (editors-in-chief: Professor Krystyna Kujawinska Courtney and Professor Yoshiko Kawachi) journal is now available on an open access basis through Versita Open Access platform (http://versita.com/mstap/).
Of particular interest is Issue no 8 (2011) “Interrogating the Spread of Shakespeare: Australia and New Zealand” (guest edited by Professor Laurence Wright). . . . → Read More: “Multicultural Shakespeare: Translation, Appropriation and Performance” – Open Access
As part of its international research collaboration, CHE will fund excellent international Early Career Researchers in the field to visit one or more of the Australian nodes for a period of two months, to work with members of the Centre on a research program of their choice.
Since the object of the Early . . . → Read More: ARC Centre of Excellence in the History of Emotions (Europe 1100-1800): Early Career International Research Fellowships Program.
The Map of Early Modern London (MoEML) project invites applications for a post-doctoral fellowship valued at $32,500 per year for up to two years. The successful applicant will be expected to join the project on site in Victoria, BC, and work closely with the project director, developers, and research assistants in the next phase . . . → Read More: Postdoctoral Fellowship – The Map of Early Modern London Project, University of Victoria BC
University of Western Australia Tuesday December 6, 2011
Participation in this all-day Masterclass is invited from postgraduate and early career researchers in fields related to medievalism and youth culture, such as children’s and young adult literature, fantasy literature, graphic arts, computer gaming, role-playing games, fandom, creative and re-enactment community groups, theatre, television and cinema.
. . . → Read More: Medievalism and Youth Culture (ARC Postgraduate/Early Career Researcher Masterclass)
New York, NY-1 December 2010-The Modern Language Association of America today announced it is awarding its eighteenth annual Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Comparative Literary Studies to Alexander C. Y. Huang, of Pennsylvania State University, for Chinese Shakespeares: Two Centuries of Cultural Exchange, published by Columbia University Press. The prize is awarded annually . . . → Read More: MLA’S Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Comparative Literary Studies Awarded to Alexander C. Y. Huang
Cambridge University Press is reissuing both of Dennis Bartholomeusz’s books as print-on-demand paperback titles. ”Macbeth and the Players” (1969) is already available from CUP at:
“The Winter’s Tale in Performance in England and America, 1611-1976″ (1982) will be available next year.
Congratulations to Philippa Maddern and the team of medievalists and early modernists based at UWA but sprawling across the country, who have been awarded c.$25m in ARC funding over 7 years for their Centre for Excellence for the History of Emotions! An extraordinary result for the Humanities, this is also terrific news for the . . . → Read More: ARC Centre for Excellence funded