A work in progress — all events are April 23 except where specified.
*Please do let us know of any others for circulation!*
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
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KISS TLS Advert Autumn 2014-2-2-2-2-2
KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR
SHAKESPEARE AND MUSIC
Rose Theatre, Kingston
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)
There are four more shows of this fabulous production, Sept 19 – 22.
Helen Macpherson Smith Theatre
Full: $30 Conc./FOAA $20 UB Students $10 Groups of 10+ $22
Please contact Josephine DeVries for bookings: 5327-8606, or email@example.com
“Seeing this production of A Jovial Crew represents a rare opportunity for Australian audiences. The production is beautifully conceived . . . → Read More: The University of Ballarat Arts Academy presents Richard Brome’s A JOVIAL CREW, directed by Kim Durban.
The British Institute of Florence holds in April 2014 the 6th Shakespeare Graduate Conference. This is an interdisciplinary and bilingual forum for PhD students where they can present and discuss their research work. Last year the first online volume of the Proceedings of the Shakespeare Graduate Conference was published on the British Institute website. . . . → Read More: CFP Graduate Conference: Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: Forms of Nationhood (British Institute of Florence)
Congratulations to Alan Brissendon, who has been inducted into the Hall of Fame in the 2013 Australian Dance Awards!
“Dr Alan Brissenden AM has made an enormous impact on how we view dance, with an extraordinary 60 years of dance criticism and scholarly writings. His acute perceptions, developed through an eager engagement with . . . → Read More: Congratulations Alan Brissendon!
Shakespearean tragedies are highly affective early modern texts. In this series of rehearsals, work-in-progress performances and post-show discussions of Hamlet (c.1600) and Othello (c.1604) between 23 September to 4 October 2013 the affective dramaturgies of these plays will be explored from different angles.
ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (1100-1800), in association with La Trobe University’s Centre . . . → Read More: Tragic Affect: Performance Workshops with Hamlet and Othello
“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