Twenty participants will examined this history of reception, adaptation, translation, and re-appropriation. Campbell (Metropolitan Museum of Art) will deliver the keynote address.
The programs listed below demonstrate the Folger Institute's Center for Shakespeare Studies commitment to a wide range of approaches to the texts of the early modern period, with emphasis on, variously, historical context, critical theory, research skills, and interpretive models.
This institute will equipped college teachers with the knowledge to introduce their students to Shakespeare in his global and historical contexts.
Mowat (Folger Shakespeare Library), Tania String (University of Bristol), and Susan Wabuda (Fordham University).
This workshop, sponsored by the Center for Shakespeare Studies, was scheduled in conjunction with two Folger events: Folger Theatre's production of The Famous History of the Life of King Henry VIII and Vivat Rex!
The doctor's cap and president's of universities or colleges may have tassels of gold thread .