Shakespeare

  • Founded
    1982
  • Seminar Number
    581

This seminar explores issues of interest to current Shakespeare scholarship. Principal topics include the relation of play-script to performance, the implications of recent changes in textual study, the relevance of texts to the social and political world in which they were produced, and the impact of contemporary theory on Shakespeare criticism. A Bernard Beckerman Memorial Lecture is presented annually in honor of the seminar’s founder.


Co-Chairs
Andras Kisery
Professor, City College, CUNY
akisery@ccny.cuny.edu

Zoltan Markus
Professor, Vassar College
zomarkus@vassar.edu

Rapporteur
Ashley Streeter
Columbia University, English and Comparative Literature
amb2263@columbia.edu

Welcome

Meetings

09/20/2013 Faculty House
7:00 PM
Staging Early Modern Theater in Contemporary New York
Jesse Berger, Red Bull Theater

Jean Howard , Columbia University



10/11/2013 Faculty House
7:00 PM
A rose by any other name ... : Shakespeare and the Senses
Holly Dugan, George Washington University




11/08/2013 Faculty House
7:00 PM
Continental Shakespeare
Karen Newman, Brown University




12/13/2013 Faculty House
7:00 PM
Shadows, Visions, and Poetic Faith in Midsummer Night’s Dream
Rich McCoy (Beckerman Lecture), CUNY




02/28/2014 Faculty House
7:00 PM
Humanist as Maker
Katherine Rowe, Bryn Mawr College




03/14/2014 Faculty House
7:00 PM
The 'evil affection': Early Modern Tragedy and the Problem of Passionate Sympathy
Ashley Streeter, Columbia University




04/04/2014 Faculty House
7:00 PM
The (Mis)Fortunes of 2 Henry IV in Performance
James Bulman, Allegheny College




05/09/2014 Faculty House
7:00 PM
The Dead Indian and The Tempest (1613)
Gavin Hollis, Hunter College, CUNY