Disability and Shakespearean Theatre Update (Symposium, University of Glasgow, 20 April 2016)

Registration is now open for the Disability and Shakespearean Theatre symposium. This symposium draws together growing research interest in disability studies and Shakespearean theatre. In discussing the depiction, treatment, and uses of disability in Shakespeare’s work (and that of his contemporaries) alongside analysis of the role of disability in staging of his plays, we hope Read the full article…

Disability and Shakespearean Theatre Symposium (CfP, University of Glasgow, 20 April 2016)

This symposium draws together growing research interest in disability studies and Shakespearean theatre. In discussing the depiction, treatment, and uses of disability in Shakespeare’s work (and that of his contemporaries) alongside analysis of the role of disability in staging of his plays, we hope to encourage interaction between creative practitioners, historians, and literary scholars. Playwright Read the full article…