Shakespeare 450 : appels à contribution [CLOS]

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  1. Séminaire 1: Shakespeare on Screen: The Romances (Sarah Hatchuel et Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin, France)
  2. Séminaire 2: Biology through Shakespeare (Rachel Rodman, Durham, NC)
  3. Séminaire 3: The Many Lives of William Shakespeare: Collaboration, Biography and Authorship (Paola Pugliatti et William Leahy, Italie-Royaume Uni)
  4. Séminaire 4: Early Shakespeare (Rory Loughnane and Andrew J. Power, Etats-Unis)
  5. Séminaire 5: Shakespeare and the Visual Arts (Michele Marrapodi, Italie)
  6. Séminaire 6: Global Shakespeare as Methodology (Alexander Huang, Etats-Unis)
  7. Séminaire 7: ‘In this distracted globe’?: Cognitive Shakespeare (A. Müller-Wood et S. Baumbach, Germany)
  8. Séminaire 8: La fabrique du personnage shakespearien (Delphine Lemonnier-Texier, France)
  9. Séminaire 9: Legal Perspectives on Shakespearean Theatre (Daniela Carpi et J. Gaakeer, Italie-Pays Bas)
  10. Séminaire 10: Shakespeare and Slavic / East and Central European Countries (Michelle Assay, France-Royaume-Uni)
  11. Séminaire 11: (Ré)écrire la tragédie shakespearienne sur la scène contemporaine occidentale (Catherine Treilhou-Balaudé et Florence March, France)
  12. Séminaire 12: ‘Green’ or Ecocritical Shakespeare: non- human nature as a character in his plays (Malvina Isabel Aparicio, Argentine)
  13. Séminaire 13: The Shakespeare Circle (Stanley Wells et Paul Edmondson, Royaume-Uni)
  14. Séminaire 14: ‘Many straunge and horrible events’ – Omens and Prophecies in Histories and Tragedies by Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (Imke Lichterfeld et Yan Brailowsky, Allemagne-France)
  15. Séminaire 15: Shakespeare in French Film/France in Shakespearean Film (Melissa Croteau et Doug Lanier, Etats-Unis)
  16. Séminaire 16: The Celebrated Shakespeare: public commemoration and biography (Michael Dobson, Royaume-Uni)
  17. Séminaire 17: Religion and paganism in Shakespeare’s plays (Eric Harber, Royaume-Uni-Afrique du Sud)
  18. Séminaire 18: Shakespeare: The Authorship and the Dating Question: Apocrypha and the Case of All’s Well (Daniela Guardamagna et Rosy Colombo, Italie)
  19. Séminaire 19: Shakespeare and Global Girlhood (Ariane M. Balizet et Marcela Kostihová, Etats-Unis)
  20. Séminaire 20: ‘The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together’: The Nature of Problem in Shakespearean Studies (Jonathan Hart et Seda Çağlayan Mazanoğlu, Canada-Turquie)
  21. Séminaire 21: Shakespearean Festivals in the 21st Century (Paul Prescott and Nicoleta Cinpoes, Royaume-Uni)


  1. Panel 1: Shakespeare in Brazilian Popular Culture (Aimara da Cunha Resende, Brésil)
  2. Panel 2: Shakespeare and Science (Sophie Chiari and Mickael Popelard, France)
  3. Panel 3: Shakespeare Jubilees on three Continents (Christa Jansohn, Allemagne)
  4. Panel 4: Secular Shakespeares (Edward Simon, Etats-Unis)
  5. Panel 5: Born before and after Shakespeare (Anne-Valérie Dulac et Laetitia Sansonetti, France)
  6. Panel 6: Shakespearean mystifications (Davide Del Bello, Italie)
  7. Panel 7: Telling Tales of / from Shakespeare: Indian Ishtyle (P. Trivedi et S. Chaudhury, Inde)
  8. Panel 8: Shakespeare and ‘th’intertrafique’ of French and English Texts and Manners (Dympna Callaghan, M. Tudeau-Clayton, Lukas Erne, Indira Ghose, Etats-Unis-Suisse)
  9. Panel 9: Bakhtinian Forays into Shakespeare: Word, Gestures, Space (Carla Dente, Martin Procházka, Pavel Drábek, Italie-Rép. tchèque-Royaume-Uni)
  10. Panel 10: Shakespeare and Natural History (Christopher Leslie, Etats-Unis)
  11. Panel 11: ‘The Undiscovered Country – the Future’ – Shakespeare in Science Fiction (Simone Broders, Allemagne)
  12. Panel 12: Crossroads: 21st century perspectives on Shakespeare’s Classical Mythology (Agnès Lafont et Atsuhiko Hirota, France-Japon)
  13. Panel 13: Popular Shakespeares in East Asia: Local and Global Dissemination (Yilin Chen et Ryuta Minami, Taîwan-Japon)
  14. Panel 14: Shakespeare and Levinas: Dialogue between a Playwright and a Philosopher (Sean Lawrence et James Knapp, Canada-Etats-Unis)
  15. Panel 15: Celebrating Shakespeare: Commemoration and Cultural Memory (Clara Calvo et Coppélia Kahn, Espagne-Etats-Unis)
  16. Panel 16: “It’s Shakespearian!”: The critical fortune of a commonplace in France from 1820 to the present (Gisèle Venet et Line Cottegnies, France)
  17. Panel 17: Shakespeare and the Popular Culture within/Beyond the Asian Identities (Kang Kim, Corée du Sud)
  18. Panel 18: ‘Seeing As’: Shakespeare and Denotement (Michael Hattaway, Royaume-Uni)
  19. Panel 19: ‘This Earth’ (Ruth Morse, France)
  20. Panel 20: Moving Shakespeare: Approaches in Choreographing Shakespeare (Marisa C. Hayes, Royaume-Uni-France)
  21. Panel 21: Diplomacy, International Relations and The Bard in the Pre- and Post-Westphalian Worlds (Nathalie Rivere de Carles, France)
  22. Panel 22: Shakespeare and Marlowe (Lisa Hopkins, UK)
  23. Panel 23: Shakespeare, Satire and ‘Inn Jokes’ (Jacqueline Watson, Royaume-Uni)
  24. Panel 24: Shakespeare’s World in 1916 (Gordon McMullan, Royaume-Uni)
  25. Panel 25: Shakespeare et les romans hispano-américains (Cécile Brochard, France)
  26. Panel 26: Shakespeare in French Theory (Richard Wilson, Royaume-Uni)
  27. Panel 27: Speaking ‘but in the figures and comparisons of it’? Figurative speech made literal in Shakespeare’s drama / page and stage (Denis Lagae-Devoldère et Anne-Marie Miller-Blaise, France)
  28. Panel 28: Shakespearean festivals and anniversaries in Cold War Europe 1947-1988 (Erica Sheen et Isabel Karremann, Royaume Uni-Allemagne)
  29. Panel 29: The ends of means of knowing in Shakespeare and his world (Subha Mukherji, UK)
  30. Panel 30: Shakespeare et le roman (Marie Dollé, France)
  31. Panel 31: Shakespeare and architecture (Roy Eriksen, Norway)


  1. Atelier 1: NA.
  2. Atelier 2: “So Rare a Wonder’d Father”: the Cult of Shakespeare and the Father Figure (S. Bassi, R. Coronato, L. Tosi, D. Lagae-Devoldère, Italie-France)
  3. Atelier 3: Textual and verse analysis in relation to performance : a workshop to read Shakespeare from the performer’s viewpoint (Colin David Reese, Royaume-Uni)
  4. Atelier 4: Shakespeare Theatre Needs Francophone Actors (Christine Farenc, France)