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Foreign Shakespeare: Twenty-five Years On

When

Saturday, June 16, 2018, 15:30

Where

Room PFC/0G/007 in Queen’s University Belfast

Tickets

See conference website for ticket prices

A dialogue about the place of non-Anglophone Shakespeare performance inside Shakespeare studies today.

This plenary discussion which is sponsored by the Royal Irish Academy, is taking place on Saturday 16 June at 15:30 as part of the British Shakespeare Association Conference 14-16 June 2018 in Queen's University Belfast.  The session will be a dialogue/retrospective about the place of non-Anglophone Shakespeare performance inside Shakespeare studies today.

Panel:

  • Dennis Kennedy, MRIA (Trinity College Dublin),
  • Mark Thornton Burnett, MRIA (Queen’s University Belfast),
  • Bi-qi Beatrice Lei (National Taiwan University/Shakespeare Association of America).
  • Chair: Thea Buckley  (University of Birmingham and Queen’s University Belfast).


For more details about the conference (14-16 June, in QUB) and this session (Saturday 16 June at 3.30 pm, in QUB) visit the conference website

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