On Thursday, April 11th, 2019 the EED&PN will host its annual Postgraduate and Early Career Symposium at the University of Fribourg. Session topics will include, for example, practice-based research, understanding dramatic context, and a workshop on palaeography and dramatic records. Scholars, researchers, and professionals who have successfully researched, produced, and taught early drama will lead the sessions. The symposium will conclude with an open space session that will allow participants to continue to discuss the day’s topics and the future of the field.
Sarah Carpenter (University of Edinburgh), Matthew Cheung-Salisbury (University of Oxford), Helen Gittos (University of Oxford), Karl Kinsella (University of Oxford). There will be a screening of “The South African Mysteries” and a discussion led by director Mark Dornford-May.
A copy of the provisional programme can be found here.
Registration is now closed.
The symposium will run the day before the annual Medieval English Theatre meeting which will take place at the Université de Fribourg on April 12-13, 2019 and registration details for this event must be completed separately here.
There are a number of hotels in the town centre many of which can be found at Hotels in Fribourg and delegates will also find a number of reasonable options available through AirBnB.
Hôtel du Faucon
Offers university rates; mention that you are attending a conference at the University of Fribourg (~80-100CHF/night)
Hotel de la Rose
Offers university rates; mention that you are attending a conference at the University of Fribourg (~118-160CHF/night)
Hotel Hine Adon
Apartments rather than hotel rooms (~120CHF/night plus a tax of 3.10CHF per person per day).
Offer group rates if more than one room is booked (~95-150CHF/night)
Hotel Au Sauvage
No conference rates (~170-240CHF/night)
No conference rates (~100-120CHF/night)
Hotel NH Fribourg
No conference rates (~110CHF/night)
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