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Richard Wilson introduces the symposium and the first speaker David Hawkes.These are the recordings from the Shakespeare and Marx symposium organised by Kingston Shakespeare and held at Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare (Hampton, UK) on June 24, 2017. Recorded and edited by Anna Rajala and Timo Uotinen.…
 
David Hawkes is Professor of English at Arizona State University. His publications span a huge variety of fields, from Milton and Shakespeare to Diego Maradona, sodomy, Darwinism, zombies, torture, Chomsky, magic, McCarthyism, Islam and Satan. The theme uniting all of his work is the impact of capital on the psyche, and especially the pernicious in…
 
Robert O’Dowd opens the Marlowe and Shakespeare -conference held at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. He is followed by Richard Wilson introducing Frank Whately (Kingston) who is giving the opening plenary with a lecture entitled Edward Alleyn and the Rose.More on the talk and speaker: https://kingstonshakespeareseminar.wordpress.com/2018/01/24/frank-wha…
 
Jean Howard (Columbia University) gives the third plenary lecture at the Marlowe and Shakespeare conference that is titled Playing History at the Rose. The session is introduced and chaired by Alison Findlay.More info on the talk and speaker:https://kingstonshakespeareseminar.wordpress.com/2018/01/24/jean-howard-playing-history-at-the-rose/Recorded…
 
In her illumination of Shakespeare through Hegel, Jennifer Ann Bates reads the logic of measure from Hegel alongside Measure for Measure. Bates argues that each text is an initiation into the execution of the logic of measure with a focus on the hangman’s mystery as discussed by Abhorson and Pompey.Jennifer Ann Bates is Professor of Philosophy at D…
 
This talk is part of the Shakespeare and the Enlightenment symposium, held at Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare(Hampton, London) in September 2016. The session is chaired by Richard Wilson.Paul A. Kottman is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at the New School for Social Research, and Eugene Lang College, the New School for Liberal Arts. H…
 
Professor Richard Wilson introduces the symposium on Shakespeare and the Enlightenment at Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare in Hampton, London. The symposium was held on September 3, 2016. Recorded and edited by Anna Ilona Rajala.On Shakespeare at the Temple: https://kingstonshakespeareseminar.wordpress.com/about-2/kingston-shakespeare-seminar-at-gar…
 
Sir Stanley Wells delivers the 2017 Rose Theatre Shakespeare Birthday Lecture. The lecture is entitled ‘The Genius of Shakespeare’. The session is chaired by Richard Wilson.The Shakespearean actor Andrew Jarvis receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Shakespeare Association on behalf of the great director John Barton.Sir Stanley We…
 
Claudia Wedepohl is the Archivist of the Warburg Institute. She has studied Art History and Italian Literature in Göttingen and Hamburg, concluding her studies with a doctoral thesis on the Cappella del Perdono and Tempietto delle Muse in the Ducal Palace of Urbino (published as a book in 2009). She joined the staff of the Warburg Institute in 2000…
 
Sprang argues for a progressiveness in Yates in regards to Shakespeare (that is not merely limited to the occult) in her understanding in the use of images, especially pertaining to memory. He re-evaluates Yates’ observation that the advent of Ramist thinking has had an effect on the way Shakespeare. He links this view to cognitive approaches to Sh…
 
Margaret McGowan began teaching at the University of Strasbourg in 1955, moving on to the University of Glasgow in 1957, and then to the University of Sussex in 1964, where she was Professor of French, 1974–97, Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor, 1992–97, and since 1997 has been a Research Professor. She was Vice President of the British Academy, 1996–98 a…
 
Through historiographical reassessment of the life of Frances Yates, Marjorie G. Jones seeks to expound an adventurous side to Frances Yates’ world view as an autodidact and an outsider to traditional academia. In contrast to views of Yates’ non-existent spiritual life, Jones builds an analogy with the daring spiritual adventures that Yates studied…
 
Building on the work of Frances Yates, Sajed Chowdhury (National University of Ireland, Galway) proposes that hermetic writings (Hermes Trismegistus, in particular) were key influences on some renaissance women. He argues that hermetic writings, accessed via male contemporaries, informed the spiritual, medical and textual practices of women like Ma…
 
Anne-Valérie Dulac examines Frances Yates’ reading of Alhazen’s (Ab? ?Al? al-?asan ibn al-?asan ibn al-Haytham; c. 965 – c. 1040) optics as a possible source for the theory of sight in Love’s Labour’s Lost. Dulac prodes deeper into this bold suggestion and provides a reading of the play’s optics (also linking them to the Sonnets) as mirroring Alhaz…
 
Dilwyn Knox is Professor of Renaissance Studies at University College London. His research currently focuses on fifteenth- and sixteenth-century philosophy, particularly cosmology. He is writing a book, a short one, with luck, entitled The Philosophy of Giordano Bruno.The conference Frances Yates: The Art of Memory was held on April 30, 2016 at the…
 
Richard Wilson is Sir Peter Hall Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Kingston University, London, and author of Wordly Shakespeare: The Theatre of Our Good Will (2016); Free Will: Art and power on Shakespeare’s stage (2013); Shakespeare in French Theory: King of Shadows (2007); Secret Shakespeare: Essays on theatre, religion and resistance (2004); …
 
Listen to this KiSSiT (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar in Theory) Work-in-Progress session with Dr Varsha Panjwani (Boston and York) and Koel Chatterjee (Royal Holloway), held on the 14th of April at the Rose Theatre Kingston, on Indian Shakespeares on Screen: Identity, Politics, Entertainment, chaired by Timo Uotinen. Find out more about their succes…
 
Listen to this KiSSiT (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar in Theory) Work-in-Progress session with Dr Varsha Panjwani (Boston and York) and Koel Chatterjee (Royal Holloway), held on the 14th of April at the Rose Theatre Kingston, on Indian Shakespeares on Screen: Identity, Politics, Entertainment, chaired by Timo Uotinen. Find out more about their succes…
 
Listen to this KiSSiT (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar in Theory) Work-in-Progress session with Dr Varsha Panjwani (Boston and York) and Koel Chatterjee (Royal Holloway), held on the 14th of April at the Rose Theatre Kingston, on Indian Shakespeares on Screen: Identity, Politics, Entertainment, chaired by Timo Uotinen. Find out more about their succes…
 
Listen to this KiSSiT (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar in Theory) Work-in-Progress session with Dr Varsha Panjwani (Boston and York) and Koel Chatterjee (Royal Holloway), held on the 14th of April at the Rose Theatre Kingston, on Indian Shakespeares on Screen: Identity, Politics, Entertainment, chaired by Timo Uotinen. Find out more about their succes…
 
Where does life end, and death begin? Where does being end? What does ‘being’ mean anyway? What does it mean to be nothing?When Hamlet asks, ‘To be, or not to be’, he tries to imagine himself in a state of hypothetical annihilation. When Anthony botches his suicide in Anthony and Cleopatra, he is forced to recognise that though he can attempt to ta…
 
In 2004, the Financial Times critic Alastair Macaulay argued that the role of Othello had been “diminished” by the late twentieth century convention of having only black actors play the part. The threshold for Macaulay had been what he perceived to be another poor performance as Othello. Yet since Paul Robeson’s appearance as Othello at the Savoy T…
 
The symmetry and balance suggested by the title, Measure for Measure, sits oddly with a play that crosses the line in so many ways – generically (as a problem play), structurally (by muddling up the purpose of the main action as set in motion by the Duke), and emotionally/ethically (none of its characters are above the occasional unsavoury demeanou…
 
The encounter between the self and the other as understood through Jean Laplanche’s psychoanalytic theory set in the Hegelian dialectic will be explored using three instances of the word threshold in Shakespeare. Two instances occur in Coriolanus – between Virgilia and Martius and between Aufidius and Martius – and one occurs in The Merchant of Ven…
 
Dr Kate Aughterson is currently Academic Programme Leader for Literature, Media and Screen at Brighton University. She is the author of Renaissance Woman (1995), The English Renaissance: An Anthology of Documents (1998), John Webster: The Tragedies (2001) Aphra Behn: The Comedies (2003), and most recently Shakespeare: The Late Plays (2013) as well …
 
Richard Wilson is Sir Peter Hall Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Kingston University, London, and author of Worldly Shakespeare: The Theatre of Our Good Will (2015); Free Will: Art and power on Shakespeare’s stage (2013); Shakespeare in French Theory: King of Shadows (2007); Secret Shakespeare: Essays on theatre, religion and resistance (2004);…
 
Kelly Hunter is a highly accomplished actress on stage, film, TV and radio (www.kellyhunter.co.uk) as well as a director and author. She is also the artistic director of the Flute Theatre (www.flutetheatre.co.uk) and discusses her adaptation of Hamlet titled 'Hamlet, Who's There?'This talk was part of a one-day conference 'Shakespearean Thresholds'…
 
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