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. 

Vlogging the Bard:  Serialization, Social Mediatization, Shakespeare

Vlogging the Bard: Serialization, Social Mediatization, Shakespeare

Date
19/01/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor Doug Lanier (University of New Hampshire).
Alex Gilbreath Q&A

Alex Gilbreath Q&A

Date
26/01/2017
Description
Q&A with Michael Dobson.
'Ghosting' Walter Clun: Casting and Comedy in the 17th century Moor of Venice

'Ghosting' Walter Clun: Casting and Comedy in the 17th century Moor of Venice

Date
02/02/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Gerald Baker (Theatre Director and Independent Scholar).
Phoenix Arising: John Fletcher, Sir Thomas Beecham and The Faithful Shepherdess in the Early Twentieth-Century Theatre

Phoenix Arising: John Fletcher, Sir Thomas Beecham and The Faithful Shepherdess in the Early Twentieth-Century Theatre

Date
09/02/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Peter Malin (Independent Scholar).
Title to be confirmed

Title to be confirmed

Date
23/02/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Charlotte Scott (Goldsmiths, University of London).
'What manner of man was he?'

'What manner of man was he?'

Date
02/03/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor Stanley Wells (Honorary President of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Professor Emeritus at the University of Birmingham).
Title to be confirmed

Title to be confirmed

Date
09/03/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Abigail Rokison-Woodall (Shakespeare Institute).
People to please, no time to lose: What is creativity under pressure and how do we evaluate it?

People to please, no time to lose: What is creativity under pressure and how do we evaluate it?

Date
16/03/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Dr Elizabeth Sandis (Shakespeare Institute).
I have got two worlds by't: patronage, the playhouse and Prince Henry's court

I have got two worlds by't: patronage, the playhouse and Prince Henry's court

Date
23/03/2017
Description
Shakespeare Institute Seminar given by Professor Tom Wilks (Southampton Solent University).