Shakespeare Institute news

Commemorative events for John Barton and Peter Hall

Commemorative events for John Barton and Peter Hall

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Honorary Fellows of the Shakespeare Institute well-represented at memorial events.
Date:
Monday 17 September 2018
Midlands universities partnership will train the next generation of arts and humanities researchers

Midlands universities partnership will train the next generation of arts and humanities researchers

Description
Eight leading universities in the Midlands are joining together to train the next generation of highly-skilled arts and humanities researchers, thanks to funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Date:
Wednesday 15 August 2018
Meet Birmingham's lost philosopher - George Dawson

Meet Birmingham's lost philosopher - George Dawson

Description
Ewan Fernie interviewed by History WM.
Date:
Tuesday 7 August 2018
Simon Smith's latest book wins Shakespeare's Globe Book Award

Simon Smith's latest book wins Shakespeare's Globe Book Award

Description
Dr Smith's book 'Musical Response in the Early Modern Playhouse, 1603-1625', published by Cambridge University Press.
Date:
Tuesday 31 July 2018
Erin Sullivan wins award for Excellence in Doctoral Research Supervision

Erin Sullivan wins award for Excellence in Doctoral Research Supervision

Description
Awards recognise the significant contribution made by academic supervisors to the successful completion of high-class doctoral research at the University.
Date:
Tuesday 3 July 2018
Three questions about institutions: Corinne Furness

Three questions about institutions: Corinne Furness

Description
In the lead-up to Radical Mischief (20-21 July 2018) the TOP blog is hosting responses to the conference's nine provocations. Corinne Furness is an AHRC funded doctoral researcher with the University of Birmingham and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Date:
Tuesday 26 June 2018
Three questions about institutions: Tobi Kyeremateng

Three questions about institutions: Tobi Kyeremateng

Description
In the lead-up to Radical Mischief (20-21 July 2018) the TOP blog is hosting responses to the conference's 9 provocations. Tobi Kyeremateng is a theatre, festival and live performance producer based in SW London, specialising in artist development, artistic collaboration and community engagement.
Date:
Tuesday 26 June 2018
University of Birmingham and Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) see 'Radical Mischief' as the way forward for thought, politics and theatre

University of Birmingham and Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) see 'Radical Mischief' as the way forward for thought, politics and theatre

Description
This ambitious joint venture between the University of Birmingham and the RSC will debate what thought and theatre can do in our time.
Date:
Wednesday 30 May 2018
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