Date: 10–11 April 2017 Venue: St Catherine’s College, The University of Western Australia Enquiries: Paul Megna (firstname.lastname@example.org) Organisers: Paul Megna and Bob White Registration: This is a free event, but registration is required. Register online here.
Download call for papers flyer here: http://www.historyofemotions.org.au/events/hamlet-and-emotions-then-and-now/
Ian McEwan’s recent novel Nutshell (2016), in which Hamlet is an . . . → Read More: Hamlet and Emotions: Then and Now
A draft program for the Waikato conference is now available: anzsa-2016-draft-programme
ANZSA is pleased to announce that the Lloyd Davis Memorial Prize will be awarded to the best graduate essay presented at the Shakespeare at the Edges conference at the University of Waikato, Hamilton.
The prize is a cheque for $500 AUD and mentoring support towards the peer-reviewed publication of the paper, provided by a . . . → Read More: Lloyd Davis Memorial Prize
Beyond 400: New Shakespeares A Symposium
Download the flyer: Beyond400
After a year-long celebration of the quatercentenary of Shakespeare’s death, it’s time to move from reflection to future directions. What will Shakespearean text and performance look like, beyond the 400 year anniversary? This symposium will draw on the expertise of its four keynote speakers . . . → Read More: CFP: Beyond 400 – New Shakespeares
ANZSA 2016: Shakespeare at the Edges University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ 17-19 Nov. 2016
The Australia and New Zealand Shakespeare Association (ANZSA) calls for papers for its biennial conference Shakespeare at the Edges. We meet at the edge of Shakespeare’s World―12,000 miles from Shakespeare’s Globe. The location of the conference is a . . . → Read More: ANZSA 2016 conference CFP
Shakespeare and Music Studies: From theory into practice.
Friday 4th November 2016.
Monash University, Caulfield Campus H.8.04 – 06
The Monash Shakespeare Company & The Melbourne Shakespeare Society
Call for papers
When the field of Shakespeare and music studies emerged in the late-nineteenth century, it mainly concerned . . . → Read More: CFP: Shakespeare and Music Studies: From theory into practice
Elsinore Conference 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS
20 MINUTE SHAKESPEARES
In 2005, the Chinese University of Hong Kong first hosted the Chinese Universities’ Shakespeare Festival. The goal of the festival was to have Chinese speaking universities submit a 20 minute interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s plays. The restrictions were that each submission . . . → Read More: CFP: Shakespeare – The Next 400 Years
CFP: KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR Flyer: KOTT CALL-2-2-2
Jan Kott Our Contemporary: Contexts, Legacies, New Perspectives An international one-day conference, Rose Theatre, Kingston-upon-Thames Thursday 19 February 2015
On the hundredth anniversary of his birth, and fifty years to the day after the English publication of Jan Kott’s Shakespeare Our Contemporary, this conference will bring together . . . → Read More: CFP: Jan Kott Our Contemporary: Contexts, Legacies, New Perspectives
The Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association announces additional provisions to postgraduates participating in the ANZSA 2014 conference via a half day workshop and competitive postgraduate bursaries.
ANZSA Postgraduate Workshop (01 October 2014)
Postgraduate students attending the 12th biennial conference of the Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association (ANZSA), “Shakespearean Perceptions,” are . . . → Read More: ANZSA Postgraduate Workshop and Bursaries
Finding the Fourth Dimension: Learning through Practice in the Arts and Humanities
A Workshop for Lecturers and Researchers with Dr Bridget Escolme
Friday 25 July 2014, 9.30am – 5.30pm Rehearsal Room, Upstairs from the foyer, The Arts Centre, ANU
Dr Rob Conkie (La Trobe), Dr Suzanne Moss (ANU), and Dr Penelope Woods (UWA)
. . . → Read More: Workshop: Finding the Fourth Dimension: Learning through Practice in the Arts and Humanities