Panels

There will be fourteen panels, each with three or four speakers giving short papers.


1. Circuits of Transmission: Networks of Intercultural Practices and Dramatic Relations in Jacobean England

Organiser: José Manuel GONZÁLEZ (University of Alicante, Spain)

Joyce BORO (University of Montreal, Canada)

José Manuel GONZÁLEZ (University of Alicante, Spain)

Eric J. GRIFFIN (Millsaps College, USA)

2. Circulating Hamlet / Hamletian Performances

Organiser: Mark Thornton BURNETT (Queen’s University Belfast, UK)

Mark Thornton BURNETT (Queen’s University Belfast, UK)

Adele LEE (Emerson College, USA)

Sandra YOUNG (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

3. Circulating Shakespeare Performances within the Digital Realm

Organiser: SUEMATSU Michiko (Gunma University, Japan)

HAMANA Emi (Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan)

Eleine NG-GAGNEUX (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

SUEMATSU Michiko (Gunma University, Japan)

Greg WATKINS (Stanford University, USA)

4. Ecologies of Media and History

Organiser: Sophie CHIARI (Clermont Auvergne University, France)

Dympna CALLAGHAN (Syracuse University, USA)

Sophie CHIARI (Clermont Auvergne University, France)

Ewan FERNIE (Shakespeare Institute, UK)

5. Global Shakespeare Publics

Organiser: Elizabeth RIVLIN (Clemson University, USA)

Zoltán MÁRKUS (Vassar College, USA)

Shormishtha PANJA (University of Delhi, India)

Elizabeth RIVLIN (Clemson University, USA)

6. Let Hands Do What Hands Do: Creating Sign Language Adaptations and Translations of Shakespeare’s Works

Organiser: K. Crom SAUNDERS (Columbia College Chicago, USA)

Monique HOLT (Townson University, USA)

K. Crom SAUNDERS (Columbia College Chicago, USA)

Olivier SCHETRIT (Columbia College Chicago, USA)

7. Media Circulations of Shakespeare’s Works

Organiser: Aneta MANCEWICZ (University of Birmingham, UK)

Andy LAVENDER (University of Warwick, UK)

Aneta MANCEWICZ (University of Birmingham, UK)

Hannes RALL and Daniel Keigh JERNIGAN (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

8. Reading the Indian Shakespeare Film: A New Genre?

Organiser: Poonam TRIVEDI (University of Delhi, India)

Kinga FÖLDVÁRY (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary)

Diana E. HENDERSON (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

Poonam TRIVEDI (University of Delhi, India)

9. Shakespeare and the Political Circuits of Asia

Organiser: KOK Su Mei (University of Malaya, Malaysia)

CHOI Young-joo (Korean National University of Arts, South Korea)

KOSUGE Hayato (Keio University, Japan)

KOK Su Mei (University of Malaya, Malaysia)

10. Sonnet Circuits: Desire, Memory, Trans-lations

Organiser: Paul EDMONDSON (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, UK)

Paul EDMONDSON (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, UK)

John S. GARRISON (Grinnell College, USA)

Zorica Bečanović NIKOLIĆ (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

11. Stratford in Asia, Asia in Stratford

Organiser: Michael DOBSON (Shakespeare Institute, UK)

CONG Cong (Nanjing University, China)

FUYUKI Hiromi (Waseda University, Japan)

Nicola WATSON (Open University, UK)

WENG Shihui (Royal Shakespeare Company, UK)

12. To Southeast Asia and Back: Trade, War, and Early Modern Drama

Organiser: NG Su Fang (Virginia Tech, USA)

Walter LIM (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

NG Su Fang (Virginia Tech, USA)

Carmen NOCENTELLI (University of New Mexico, USA)

Daniel VITKUS (University of California San Diego, USA)

13. Travelling Knowledge and Trans*textuality: African Re*Sources in Shakespearean Drama

Organiser: Susan ARNDT (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

Ifeoluwa ABOLUWADE (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

Susan ARNDT (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

Femi OSOFISAN (Kwara State University, Nigeria)

14. Transformative Circuits from Graeco-Roman Historiography and Poetry to Shakespeare: Gender, Festivity, and Politics in the Roman Plays

Organiser: Silvia BIGLIAZZI (Verona University, Italy)

Silvia BIGLIAZZI (Verona University, Italy)

Christian BILLING (University of Hull, UK)

Susanne WOFFORD (New York University, USA)

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