Shakespeare Bulletin is delighted to welcome scholars from around the world to examine the recent significant changes in how Shakespeare’s plays are performed and disseminated through old and new technologies and media.

Marking the end of Pascale Aebischer’s term as General Editor of Shakespeare Bulletin, this one-day event responds to the technological turn in performance studies evident in a significant part of the work submitted to the journal between 2012 and 2017 and aims to bring together a range of scholarly approaches to the technologies of performance that shape the production of Shakespeare and his contemporaries today.

Registration for the event, including refreshments and lunch, is free, sponsored by Shakespeare Bulletin. Places are strictly limited to 35 delegates, so we recommend an early registration to avoid disappointment. Registration closes on 31st May.

Registration and programme details can be found here.


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