“Then fate o’erruled”: Change in Shakespeare
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Main theme: “change”
Our present and recent past have been characterised by all kinds of unexpected change: from Brexit to the global pandemic that forced theatres and cinemas, even research institutions to close, and education to move online. In this shockingly virtual world, global inequalities have been brought to the surface, our lives as researchers, educators, and Shakespeare scholars have been affected in various and significant ways. At the same time, our forced immobility also allowed us to reflect on what change means to us and how we can make sense of it with the help of Shakespeare.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Change as a topic or a recurring theme in Shakespeare’s work
- Change of genres and topics within Elizabethan and Jacobean dramatic genres and modes of theatricality
- Change as political, social and mental transformation
- Changes in the media of the reception and presentation of the Shakespearean oeuvre
- Change in concepts of nationality and internationality, solidarity and compassion – either as manifested within the Shakespearean oeuvre, or in its afterlife, looking at the ways Shakespeare has been employed to express local and regional, social and humanitarian concerns over time and in a variety of locations
- Change in performance trends – then and now
- Change in research – what has happened, what is coming in terms of research questions, directions, or methodology
- Change in our understanding where European Shakespeare research is at and where it is going
Should you have any questions, feel free to contact the organising team at email@example.com.
Organizers and Advisors
- Zsolt Almási
- Kinga Földváry
- Gabriella Reuss
- Veronika Schandl
- Prof. Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin (University of Montpellier III Paul Valéry)
- Prof. Efterpi Mitsi (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Important dates and calls
- Call for Seminar proposals: January 2022
- Seminar Proposal deadline 1 June 2022
- Proposal acceptance notification 1 July 2022
- Call for Papers opening 6 July 2022
- Early Bird Fee Opening November 2022
- Call for Papers Deadline 1 December 2022
- Call for Papers Acceptance Notification 15 December 2022
- Early Bird Fee Expiration 15 March 2023
Calls for papers, panels, workshops and roundtables:
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