Beyond Performance/Inside the Classroom: Interactive Workshops on Teaching Shakespeare

Katherine Gillen, Texas A&M (USA)
Ellen Kaplan, Smith College (USA)
Esther Schupak, Bar-Ilan University (IL)
Ellen Spolsky, Bar-Ilan University (IL)


Centre and Periphery: Roman Women in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

Michela Compagnoni, Roma Tre University (IT)
Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University (UK)
Domenico Lovascio, University of Genoa  (IT)
Cristiano Ragni, University of Perugia (IT)


“In dark uneven way”: Mapping Europe through World Systems Theory: Shakespeare, Cervantes, Camões

Miguel Ramalhete Gomes, University of Lisbon (PT)
Remedios Perni, University of Alicante (ES)
Christian Smith, Independent researcher (DE)


Literary and Linguistic Elsewheres in the Roman Shakespeare

Gilberta Golinelli, University of Bologna (IT)
Rory Loughnane, University of Kent (UK)
Iolanda Plescia, Sapienza University of Rome (IT)


Mapping Asian Shakespeares

Rosalind Fielding, University of Birmingham (UK)
Tianhu Hao, Zhejiang University (China)
Renfang Tang, Nanjing Audit University (China)


Navigating the Unknown: Shakespeare, Immigration and Exile

Stephanie Chamberlain, Southeast Missouri State University (USA)
Amy L. Smith, Kalamazoo College (USA)
James M. Sutton, Florida International University (USA)


New Spaces/Places for Shakespeare Performance & Reproduction

Thomas Cartelli, Muhlenberg College (USA)
Diana Henderson, MIT (USA)
Aneta Mancewicz, University of Birmingham (UK)


Remapping the Early Modern World in Recipes

David B. Goldstein, York University (CAN)
Amy L. Tigner, University of Texas (USA)
Lisa Smith, University of Essex (UK)


Shakespeare’s Waste/Lands: Wet, Vast, West

Joseph Campana, Rice University (USA)
HiLlary Eklund, Loyola University New Orleans (USA)
Vin Nardizzi, University of British Columbia (CAN)
Julie Sanders, Newcastle University (UK)


Shakespeare, Europe and Geopolitical Displacement (Past and Present)

Paul Frazer, University of Northumbria (UK)
Douglas Lanier, University of New Hampshire (USA)
Inmaculada Sánchez García, University of Northumbia (UK)
Monika Smialkowska, University of Northumbia (UK)


The Strangers in Shakespeare. ‘Difference’ after Fiedler

Abdulhamit Arvas, University of California (USA)
Shaul Bassi, Ca’ Foscari University (IT)
Miles Parks Grier, Queens College (USA)
Carol Chillngton Rutter, University of Warwick (UK)

Important Dates

Now open

Seminar & Panel Proposal deadline
June, 18th 2018

Proposal acceptance notification
July, 15th 2018

Call for Papers opening
July, 20th 2018

Early Bird Fee Opening
October, 2018

Call for Papers Deadline
January, 15th 2019

Call for Papers Acceptance Notification
January, 31st 2019

Early Bird Fee Expiration
April, 5th 2019