Ewan Fernie – Mea Culpa: Measure for Measure and Complicity' or 'Shakespeare Found Me Out'

Event date: 10 March 2011 The Shakespeare Institute Mason Croft, Church Street Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6HP Professor Ewan Fernie (Lecturer, Shakespeare Institute) – Mea Culpa: Measure for Measure and Complicity’ or ‘Shakespeare Found Me Out This paper will offer an argument for a more personal, existentially engaged kind of criticism.  And an extended reading of Angelo as a character capable of …

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Shakespeare’s Philosophy – Symposium page

  SHAKESPEARE’S PHILOSOPHY A one-day seminar hosted by the Department of English Royal Holloway, University of London Event Date: Friday 28 May 2010 Organised by Margherita Pascucci with the support of the European Community Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship The aim of the seminar is to provide a forum in which to debate the validity and value of treating Shakespeare as …

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The Faerie Queene Liturgy Project

14 April 2010 – This recording is of the inaugural meeting of The Faerie Queene Liturgy Project in St George’s House, Windsor Castle.

Words and Music: second session

3 March 2010 – The second of two half-day sessions of the seminar “Words and Music” sets up a dialogue between speakers specialising in different aspects of this question, including a musicologist, an audio scientist, a practising poet, a composer, and literary specialists.

Ewan Fernie and Simon Palfrey – Dunsinane

21 March 2009 – (HARC) – Ewan Fernie and Simon Palfrey are two of the world’s leading young Shakespeare scholars – with six books and a series of brand-new original ‘minigraphs’ (Shakespeare Now!) behind them. Now they have broken with conventional literary criticism and created Dunsinane – a sequel to the Scottish play that sees the porter’s three sons each relive the temptation and terror of Macbeth.