‘WHEN WAS EARLY MODERNITY?: THE LANGUAGE OF THE SELF’
SEMINAR SPEAKERS: Conal Condren (UNSW) Hugh Craig (Newcastle) Simon During (Queensland) Antonina Harbus (Macquarie)
CHAIR Liam Semler (Sydney)
This is an interdisciplinary (and inter-period) seminar, drawing on expertise from medieval studies, early modern studies, and beyond. The focus is on a consideration of “languages of . . . → Read More: When was early modernity?
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TEXTUALITY TECHNOLOGY MATERIALITY In the Medieval and Early Modern World
28-30 November 2013 University of Western Australia, Perth
Confirmed plenary speakers: * Professor Alexandra Gillespie (University of Toronto) * Professor Tim Fitzpatrick (University of Sydney)
The convenors of the 19th Annual Conference of the Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group, co-sponsored by . . . → Read More: CFP: PMRG conference
37th Congress of AULLA
10-12 July 2013
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, Brisbane, Australia
Professor Elizabeth Schafer (Royal Holloway University of London)
Professor Simon During (The University of Queensland)
. . . → Read More: CFP: AULLA 2013 Congress, University of Queensland
The Shakespeare Association of Korea invites papers exploring topics and issues of “Shakespeare in Global/Local Contexts” for its 2013 international conference to be held on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of its foundation and will run from 1-2 November 2013 at Seoul National University. The conference aims to bring together scholars, actors, directors, . . . → Read More: CFP: “Shakespeare in Global/Local Context”, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA, 1-2 November 2013.
A limited number of photographs from the Perth ANZSA conference are available to view, for those who are interested:
Download the flyer here: poster-highres.pdf (3877k)
April 22-24, 2013 State Library of NSW
Philip Mead (UWA) Gordon McMullan (King’s College, London) Ailsa Grant Ferguson (King’s College London)
The 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016 and the commemorations planned to mark it worldwide offer a timely opportunity to reflect on the Tercentenary of 1916 . . . → Read More: CFP: Shakespeare, 1916, and Antipodal Memory
The Lloyd Davis Memorial Prize for the best graduate essay presented at the biannual conference of the Australian New Zealand Shakespeare Association (ANZSA) University of Western Australia, November 2012
The Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association is pleased to announce that the Lloyd Davis graduate paper prize will be awarded during the . . . → Read More: Lloyd Davis Memorial Prize
Reminder that the CFP closes on September 15! The A4 poster for the Perth conference is now available to download and circulate: Shakespeare A4 flyer final
28–30 November 2012 The University of Western Australia Perth, Western Australia
Abstracts of c.200 words should be submitted for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org, addressed to Bob White, Chris Wortham, . . . → Read More: ANZSA: Shakespeare and Emotions
15-16 November 2012 University of Western Sydney (Parramatta Campus) The humanities are currently presented with a rare combination of intellectual Professor Tony Bennett FAHA challenges such as changing policy environments; the financial crisis; new technologies and infrastructures; and the environmental challenges presented by the conception of the anthropocene. The Symposium will debate these challenges . . . → Read More: Challenging (the) Humanities: 43rd Annual Symposium, Australian Academy of Humanities
The European Shakespeare Research Association (ESRA) would like to announce their conference “Shakespeare and Myth” to be held in Montpelier, France on 26-29 June 2013.
The conference will include the following seminars:
Early Modern Nature: Shakespeare, Science and Myth The Early Modern Reception of Shakespeare in Print and Manuscript: The Rise of Shakespearean . . . → Read More: CFP – ESRA Shakespeare Conference on “Shakespeare and Myth”, Montpellier, France, 26-29 June 2013.