COLL international: “Shakespeare and the Contemporary”, 11-12/02/2022, Sorbonne

“Shakespeare and the Contemporary” / “Shakespeare et le contemporain »

PROGRAMME 

11 February 2022

Amphi Bilsky-Pasquier, Site des Cordeliers, 15 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, 75005 Paris. 

9.30 am : Welcoming address — Prof. Pascal Aquien, Vice-doyen Recherche, Faculté des Lettres, Sorbonne Université  

Session I: Contemporary stages  (Chair: Gordon McMullan)

 9.45, Keynote 1: Sarah Dustagheer (University of Kent), “Shakespeare in Shoreditch: Urban Gentrification and the Politics of Performance”          

10.45 am. Break

11.00 am – 12.00 pm:

11.00 am: Dominique La Victoria (Ateneo de Manila University), “Makbetamaximus: Theatre of Destruction. Staging the World’s Longest Macbeth Under the World’s Longest Lockdown”

11.30 am: Estelle Rivier-Arnaud (Université Grenoble-Alpes), “Shakespeare in the Post-Noughties: Violence under a Microscope”.

12.15 pm Lunch break

1.30 pm, Session II: Rewriting (with) Shakespeare in the 20th and 21st Centuries.  (Chair: Sabine Schülting)

1.30 pm, Keynote 2: Tobias Döring (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), “Staging forgetting: how Heiner Müller and Botho Strauß get lost in A Midsummer Night’s Dream” 

2.30 pm-4.00 pm

2.30 pm: Pascale Drouet (Université de Poitiers), “Young Voices in Scotland: from Shakespeare’s  Macbeth to Greig’s Dunsinane

3.00 pm: Anja Hartl (Universität Konstanz), “Shakespearean Resonances: Political and Adaptational Borders in David Greig’s Dunsinane”

3.30 pm: Richard Ashby (King’s College London and Royal Holloway), “The Gods Weep and King Lear: Dennis Kelly, the Holocaust and Climate Catastrophe”

4.00 pm: Break

4.30-6.00 pm: In conversation with David Greig (round-table coordinated by Elisabeth Angel-Pérez)

 

12 February

Salle des Actes, Sorbonne (11 rue de la Sorbonne, 75005 Paris)

9.15 am, Session III: Political Shakespeares. (Chair: Elisabeth Angel-Perez)

9.15 am, Keynote 3: Florence March (Université Montpellier 3), “Festival Shakespeare : Reinventing Popular Theatre in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries” 

10.15 am : Break

10.45 am : Rowena Hawkins (King’s College), “Contemporary Shakespeares on Festival Stages”

11.15 am: Julie Vatain-Corfdir (Sorbonne Université), “Deference, Reference, or Independence? On Contemporary US Uses of Shakespearean History”?

11.45 am, Keynote 4: Peter Kirwan (Nottingham University), ‘“Your time’s expired”: Spatiotemporal Dramaturgies in Cheek by Jowl’s Romances”

  1. 45 pm: Lunch break

2.00 pm, Session IV: Intermedial Shakespeares. (Chair: Line Cottegnies)

 

2.00 pm: Ina Habermann (Universität Basel), “The Uncertainty Principle – Contingency and Orientation in Shakespeare’s Drama”

 

2.30 pm: Anne-Valérie Dulac (Sorbonne Université), “Hamlet, our Contemporary: Tacita Dean’s His Picture in Little

 

3.00 pm: Méline Dumot (ENS, Lyon), “Shakespeare’s Productions During Covid-19: Expanding Digital Horizons”

 

Conclusions

 

(Colloque soutenu par le projet Emergence ClioS, VALE et l’Inititative Théâtre de Sorbonne Université et le King’s College Shakespeare Centre)

 


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