Sunday, October 07, 2012

Shakespeare and Feminism

Lecture on 12 November at 5.30 in room K4U.12, King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London.

Jean E. Howard (Columbia University, New York) will lecture on ‘Performing Feminism in Conversation with Shakespeare’.

The lecture will be followed by a reception.

This is the first in a series of lectures presented by the London Shakespeare Centre at King’s College London, featuring distinguished speakers whose publications and teaching have had a major impact on how we read Shakespeare today in the aftermath of the ‘literary theory’ revolution of the late twentieth century to which they all made significant contributions.

Subsequent lectures include:
4 February 2013: Catherine Belsey (university of Swansea), ‘The Eventful History of Juliet and her Romeo’
18 March 2013: Coppelia Kahn (Brown University), ‘Feminist Criticism, Queer Theory, and Shakespeare in the Twenty-first Century’


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