CFP: Britgrad 2009

11 – 13 June 2009

The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon, England

The British Graduate Shakespeare Conference, run by students for students, provides graduates and undergraduates from all over the world with the opportunity to:

Attend three days of stimulating paper panels relating to all aspects of the study of Renaissance drama and the cultural history of the early modern period.

— Present and discuss your research amongst an active, friendly and supportive community of postgraduate researchers, from all over the world.

— Visit the beautiful and historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon, home to the Royal Shakespeare Company and their innovative Courtyard Theatre.

— Explore the excellent resources of the prestigious Shakespeare Institute Library, and the Shakespeare Centre Library.
Attend a production at the RSC’s Courtyard Theatre at a group bookings price.
Keynote speakers include:

Professor Michael Dobson (Birkbeck, University of London)
Professor Russ McDonald (Goldsmith’s, University of London)
Professor Grace Ioppolo (University of Reading)
Professor Christine Dymkowski (Royal Holloway, University of London)
There will also be a panel discussion with members of the Royal Shakespeare Company talking about their work at the Courtyard Theatre and developments to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

REGISTRATION OPENS MONDAY 16th MARCH 2009

For further information please email: britgrad@yahoo.com

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