A World Without Hamlet


Eleine Ng, De Montfort University (UK),
Varsha Panjwani, NYU London (UK),
Anne Sophie Refskou, University of Surrey (UK),

Cultural Mobility Around Shakespeare’s Rome: Mapping Race, Ethnicity, and Nation through Performance


Shaul Bassi, Ca’Foscari University of Venice (IT),
Christy Desmet, University of Georgia (USA),
Nora Galland, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III (FR),
Sujata Iyengar, University of Georgia (USA),

Explorations and Geographies of the Self: Microcosmic and Macrocosmic Shakespeare


Sophie Chiari, Universite Clermont Auvergne (FR),
Janet Elizabeth Clare, University of Hull (UK),

Forms and Geographies of Physical and Intellectual Non-Normativity in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries


Luca Baratta, University of Florence (IT),
Alice Equestri, University of Sussex (UK),

“Here is my (cyber) Space”: Experiencing Shakespeare in a Digital Environment


Maddalena Pennacchia, Roma Tre University (IT),
Alessandra Squeo, University of Bari “Aldo Moro” (IT),
Reto Winckler, Chinese University of Hong Kong (HK),

‘Here is my space’: Geographies of the Self in Antony and Cleopatra


Silvia Bigliazzi, University of Verona (IT),;
Elena Marie Pellone, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham (UK),
David Jonathan Schalkwyk, Queen Mary University of London (UK),

Of Seas and Oceans, of Storms and Wreckage, of Water Battles and Love in Shakespeare’s Plays


Dana Monah, University of Iasi (RO),
Estelle Rivier-Arnaud, Grenoble-Alpes University (FR),

Performing Gender(s) Elsewhere: Shakespeare in Contemporary Alternative Spaces and Institutions


Francesca Rayner, Universidade do Minho (PT),
Kirilka Stavreva, Cornell College (USA),

Polychronic Translation of Shakespeare


Sergio Costola, Southwestern University (USA),
Michael Saenger, Southwestern University (USA),

Remapping Gender in Shakespeare’s Europe


David J. Amelang, Freie Universität Berlin (DE),
Carla Della Gatta, University of Southern California (USA),

Remappings and New Centerings of Shakespeare on the Opera-Musical and Ballet-Dance Stages


Alina Bottez, Universityh of Bucharest (RO),;
Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau, Université Blaise-Pascal, F- Clermont-Ferrand (FR),
Nancy Isenberg, Roma Tre University (IT),

Shakespeare and Central/Eastern Europe: Then and Now


Michelle Assay, Université Paris Sorbonne (FR), University of Huddersfield (UK),
David Fanning, University of Manchester (UK),
Aleksei Semenenko, University of Stockholm (SE),

Shakespeare and Music


Michelle Assay, Université Paris Sorbonne (FR), University of Huddersfield (UK),
David Fanning, University of Manchester (UK),

 Shakespeare and religious dislocations: texts, iconography, performance


Maria Luisa De Rinaldis, University of Salento (IT)
Paul  J.M.C. Franssen, Utrecht University (NL),

Shakespeare on the Intercultural Edge: Adaptation, Translation, Acculturation and Hybrid Strategies


Monica Alcantar, University of Bergamo (IT),
Mika Eglinton, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies (JP),


Shakespeare’s Romantic European Outskirts


Natalia Brzozowska, IRCL – University of Montpellier 3 (FR),
Jacek Fabiszak, Adam Mickiewicz University (PL),

Shakespearean Geographies on Screen


Victoria Bladen, University of Queensland (AU),
Melissa Croteau, California Baptist University (USA),
Márta Minier, University of South Wales (UK),

Shakespearean Migrations


Keith Gregor Graham, University of Murcia, (ES);
Jasmine Seymour, Queen Mary University (UK),

“Something Rich and Strange”: Remapping Shakespeare’s Utopia


Delilah Bermudez Brataas, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO),
Anna Kowalcze-Pawlik, Tischner European University (PL),

The Conceptualization and Treatment of the Foreigner in Shakespeare’s Work: the Impact of Cultural, Socio-Economic and Gender Factors


Camilla Caporicci, University of Padova (IT),
Armelle Sabatier, Panthéon-Assas University, Paris (FR),

The Geopolitics of Shakespeare European Adverts


Maria Elisa Montironi, University of Urbino (IT),
Stephen O’Neill, Maynooth University (IE),
Cristina Paravano, University of Milano (IT),


Important Dates

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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