The John Douglas Taylor conference, McMaster University, 23-25 June 2015

With the support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada (SSHRC) and funding and in-kind support from the University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto.  Convened by Helen Ostovich and Melinda Gough, with directors Peter Cockett and Jennifer Roberts-Smith.

The conference will include full days of seminars, workshops, and keynote speakers  (Christian Billing; Rob Conkie), and evening performances of The Three Ladies of London (based on the second quarto, 1592), and The First Part of Henry VI.  See the conference website for details. http://threeladiesoflondon.mcmaster.ca/

Registration for auditors/audiences  will open on 16 March 2015.  Space is limited, and theatre tickets will be sold only as part of the registration package, for people who want to participate in the discussions and events of the day, as well as see the plays.

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