The Society invites applications from scholars engaged in research relating to its stated objectives for awards to be made in February 2014. The Society hopes to make major awards up to a total in any one year of £1,000 and minor awards up to the same total, both for immediate research needs, such as for … Continue reading Malone Society Research Fellowships and Grants
Auditor info_Reanimating Playbooks Reanimating Playbooks: Editing for Performance, Performance for Editing "A one-day symposium to engage in the conversation between performance and text. We wish to provide a space to explore editorial practices on both sides of publication (from preparation to practice) and to explore how we use, compose, and conceptualise critical editions of Renaissance … Continue reading CFP: Reanimating Playbooks, Shakespeare Institute, 10 May
We've now got over 230 followers via Twitter and email, have had over 1000 site views, and a growing number of leading academics added to the Members list, all in our first month! A big thanks to all who have signed up so far and everyone who has filtered information to us for our News … Continue reading 230 followers,1000 site views. Not bad for our first month!
Registration for the Medieval English Theatre Conference 2013 is now open. The theme is Travel and the event is hosted by Bangor University. The registration form and further information can be obtained by emailing Sue Niebrzydowski at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for registration is 14 March.
Teaching Associate in Early Modern Literature and Drama, University of Nottingham (Fixed term) The post is to provide cover for Professor Julie Sanders in the School of English during her secondment to the University Campus in China. The person appointed will undertake teaching in early modern literature and drama and related topics in the School … Continue reading Teaching Associate in Early Modern Literature and Drama
The 2nd International Course on Medieval Music Performance, Besalú, one of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval villages in Catalonia (Spain). The course offers four distinct programs: The Chant Program (July 6-7) is designed to teach directors and performer how to approach and perform Plainchant, and how to construct the liturgical structures of masses and sacred offices. The Secular Music Program (July … Continue reading 2nd International Course on medieval Music Performance, 6-14 July 2013
Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies (Education & Research) University of Exeter -College of Humanities Ref. R44382 The University seeks to appoint a permanent full-time Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies to its Cornwall Campus from 1st September 2013, at the latest. Cornwall English is part of the Exeter English Department which in RAE 2008 was rated 1st nationally for ‘world-leading research’. … Continue reading Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies