CFP: 15th Annual CSU Shakespeare Symposium (9/16/06; 11/4/06)

full name / name of organization: 
Lloyd Kermode
contact email: 
lkermode@csulb.edu

CALL FOR PAPERS

Fifteenth Annual California State University Shakespeare
Symposium
CSU Long Beach, 90840

Saturday November 4, 2006

Abstracts for 15-minute papers are invited for the
Fifteenth Annual California State University Shakespeare
Symposium.

Papers may discuss, but are not limited to: Shakespeare
and theory; Shakespeare in a global environment;
Shakespeare and non-print media (including film);
Shakespeare and performance; Shakespeare and the internet;
Shakespeare after 1623; Shakespeare’s contemporaries;
Shakespeare and the playing companies; Shakespeare and the
visual arts; Shakespeare and London; Shakespeare and the
question of Britain; Royal Shakespeare; Shakespeare’s
theaters; Transmission of play-texts; Editing Shakespeare.

There will also be one or more pedagogy roundtables,
depending on submissions (organized around genre, topic,
or method), to discuss teaching Shakespeare at two-year
and four-year colleges in survey and specialized courses.

Please send 200-300 word abstracts with a title and clear
thesis or working argument and a 1-page resume by Saturday
September 16, 2006 to:

Lloyd Kermode at lkermode_at_csulb.edu
Associate Professor, Department of English
Co-Director, CSULB Center for Medieval and Renaissance
Studies

(Abstracts submitted before September 1 will be
acknowledged by return. Abstracts submitted between
September 1 and September 16 will all be acknowledged on
September 16.)

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