Thursday seminars at the Shakespeare Institute

During the Autumn and Spring terms, the Institute runs a series of Thursday seminars which are given by members of staff and invited speakers. 

Seminar at the Shakespeare Institute

The seminars usually start at 14:00 in The Shakespeare Institute Hall, and last approximately 45 minutes. They will be followed by a question and answer session.  

University of Birmingham staff, students and guests are welcome to attend. 

Whose Hamlet mocks the warm clown

Whose Hamlet mocks the warm clown

Date
28/09/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor John Jowett (Shakespeare Institute).

Ninagawa Remembered: Kodama Ryuichi and Hiroko Yamaguchi

Date
05/10/2017
Description
Workshop with WASEDA University. Part of the Shakespeare Institute Seminar series.
Shakespeare Institute Seminar

Shakespeare Institute Seminar

Date
12/10/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar speaker TBC

Shakespeare and London

Date
19/10/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor Duncan Salkeld (University of Chichester).
Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger

Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger

Date
26/10/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Stephen Grant (Author).

The Third Witch and Literary Studies: Or, Reading Macbeth Reading

Date
09/11/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor Liam Semler (University of Sydney).

You see my sister's yet at my dispose": Horizontal Families on the Early Modern Stage

Date
16/11/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Emma Whipday (University College London).

Shakespeare and the seven senses

Date
23/11/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Erin Sullivan (Shakespeare Institute).
Shakespeare's Lost Domesticity: responses to material absence in Stratford-upon-Avon

Shakespeare's Lost Domesticity: responses to material absence in Stratford-upon-Avon

Date
30/11/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Tara Hamling and Dr Cathryn Enis (University of Birmingham).