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    Michael Saenger

    Southwestern University, English, Faculty Member Books Interlinguicity, Internationality and Shakespeare. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2014.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: English Literature, Spanish, Welsh linguistics, Literature, Shakespeare, and 16 moreEnglish language, Deconstruction, Adaptation, Literary Theory, Film Adaptation, Postmodernism, Linguistics, Shakespearean Drama, Literary Linguistics, Translation, Dutch History, Webster, History of Navarre, Neologisms, English Neologisms, and Interlinguicity
    Download (.docx) Save to Library Shakespeare and the French Borders of Englishmore by Michael Saenger There is currently a great interest among scholars of early modern culture in the theory of translation, the emergence of national consciousness, and the role of foreign languages and foreign people in fiction and society. There have... more There is currently a great interest among scholars of early modern culture in the theory of translation, the emergence of national consciousness, and the role of foreign languages and foreign people in fiction and society.  There have been many localized studies of these issues with respect to Shakespeare, with no consensus as to how they should be addressed.  This lack of consensus is understandable, because there are fundamentally different questions at play: How were foreigners characterized in England?  How does Shakespeare stage them?  How was translation perceived?  How were foreigners received, legally, economically and socially?  Are postcolonial and psychoanalytic methodologies useful in addressing these questions?  Can current developments in translation theory be applied to the Renaissance?  The diversity of this discourse is useful to my investigation of Shakespeare and France, because France has such a complex presence in England.  In the first chapter, I construct a methodology for approaching Shakespeare’s treatment of England’s most significant neighbor, which Sir Philip Sidney called a “sweet enemy.”  The subsequent chapters are divided by genre; I argue that Shakespeare uses the idea of France in different ways in history, comedy and tragedy.  Thus, I articulate new ways to explore dramatic genre, and I advance the understanding of language and national identity in the early modern marketplace. This study emerges from a wide, interdisciplinary conversation, and is designed to be relevant to that conversation, but most of this work is a structured exploration of Shakespeare’s plays.  The book offers strategic analysis of a wide range of Shakespeare's works, sustained original readings of three plays, and two subtle expansions of Shakespeare's sources.  Most importantly, it offers a coherent theorization of Shakespeare's treatment of France.
    More Info: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Shakespeare-Borders-English-Michael-Saenger/dp/1137327820/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1379930552&sr=8-1&keywords=saenger+shakespeare
    Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
    Publication Date: Sep 19, 2013
    Research Interests: History, Gender Studies, English Literature, Translation Studies, Feminist Theory, and 27 moreFrench Studies, Marxism, Literature, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, Historiography, Translation theory, Legal Theory, Identity (Culture), Nationalism, English, History Of London, Early Modern England, French language, Cultural Memory, Schleiermacher, Social History, French Language Teaching, Early Modern English drama, France, Ben Jonson, Anglo-Norman ("Law French"), Shakespeare's History Plays, All's Well that Ends Well, Source Study, Anglo-French artistic and intellectual exchange, and Interlinguicity
    Save to Library The Commodification of Textual Engagements in the English Renaissancemore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Print Culture, Translation Studies, Early Modern History, Shakespeare, Bibliography, and 5 moreAdvertising, Martial 'Epigrams', Edmund Spenser, Ben Jonson, and William Shakespeare
    View on amazon.com Save to Library Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters "Do not call them bastards": Shakespeare as an invasive speciesmore by Michael Saenger This essay assesses two dominant modes of understanding William Shakespeare's effect on world cultures. Those two modes are anchored on the ideas of tradition and commerce. Each offers valuable insight but also carries with it inherent... more This essay assesses two dominant modes of understanding William Shakespeare's effect on world cultures. Those two modes are anchored on the ideas of tradition and commerce. Each offers valuable insight but also carries with it inherent limitations. This essay borrows from recent interdisciplinary work on ecosystems to offer a third way of approaching the life of Shakespeare's work in the centuries after his death. We suggest that this third mode, which can be called " naturecultural " , offers fresh ethical perspectives on Shakespeare's life in contemporary culture. This article is published as part of a collection to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

    Open access link: [www.palgrave-journals.com]
    Research Interests: Genetics, Influence, Postcolonial Studies, Shakespeare, Ecocriticism, and 2 moreEcocriticism and Ecofeminism and Shakespeare adaptation
    Download (.rtf) View on palgrave-journals.com Save to Library “Shylock’s Venice and the Grammar of the Modern City,” in Shakespeare and the Italian Renaissance: Appropriation, Transformation, Opposition. Ed. Michele Marrapodi. Ashgate, 2014.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Jewish Studies, Italian Studies, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, Nationalism, and 7 moreHistory Of London, Translation, John Florio, Other, Shylock in the merchant of vinece, History of Venice, and The Merchant of Venice
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Why The Spanish Tragedie Mattersmore by Michael Saenger
    More Info: http://thebaronsmen.org/why-the-spanish-tragedy-matters/
    Research Interests: English Literature, Literature, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, English, and 3 moreLiterary Theory, Early Modern Literature, and Thomas Kyd
    View on thebaronsmen.org Save to Library Reader meets book, textual engagements and the genres of liminality in the English Renaissancemore by Michael Saenger
    Publication Date: 2000
    Research Interests: Book History, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, and Advertising
    Save to Library Dekker's the Shoemaker's Holidaymore by Michael Saenger In Thomas Dekker's The Shoemaker's Holiday, Firke is normally concerned with sexual humor, but he makes an allusion to mythological bawdry that has not been noted. In a familiar myth, Vulcan is suspicious of the chastity of his wife,... more In Thomas Dekker's The Shoemaker's Holiday, Firke is normally concerned with sexual humor, but he makes an allusion to mythological bawdry that has not been noted. In a familiar myth, Vulcan is suspicious of the chastity of his wife, Venus.'To test her, he places an invisible metal net in the marriage bed. When Vulcan leaves, Mars arrives, and as Mars and Venus jump into the bed they are caught motionless, in the act.
    Journal Name: The Explicator
    Publication Date: Jan 1, 1999
    Research Interests: Comedy, Intertextuality, Ovid, and Thomas Dekker
    Save to Library "The Limits of Translation in A Midsummer Night's Dream"more by Michael Saenger
    Publication Name: Shakespeare Survey
    Research Interests: Translation Studies, Comedy, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, Translation theory, and 11 moreIdentity (Culture), Biblical Studies, Catholic Theology, Renaissance drama, Shakespearean Drama, History of English Language, •Translation Theory, Methods and Practice, Translation and Language Learning, Application of Linguistic Theory to Translation., Vernacularity, History of the English Language, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Romeo and Juliet
    Download (.pdf) View on universitypublishingonline.org Save to Library “Interlinguicity and The Alchemist”more by Michael Saenger Jonson animates The Alchemist with an intersection of languages. In this moral satire, he captures the layered dialects, specialized vocabularies, and social desires of London and holds them up for view. This essay examines the play's... more Jonson animates The Alchemist with an intersection of languages. In this moral satire, he captures the layered dialects, specialized vocabularies, and social desires of London and holds them up for view. This essay examines the play's negotiation of “vertical” and “horizontal” translation, with some reference to Shakespeare's treatment of overlapping languages, and that of a contemporary Catholic treatise on translation. Jonson's conclusion is that the friction between languages offers opportunities for cheats to thrive onstage and off, and that the predominant language of this world is sin, from which only lucid repentance can “translate” us. His satire thus stands on godly ground, but his insight is useful for the current study of translated and adapted literature, particularly Shakespeare.
    More Info: In Multilingualism in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries. Ed. Dirk Delabastita and Ton Hoenselaars. Forthcoming special theme issue of English Text Construction 6 (2013).
    Publication Name: English Text Construction
    Research Interests: Interlinguistics, Translation Studies, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, Translation theory, and 22 moreReformation Studies, Drama, Biblical Studies, History Of London, Literary Theory, Shakespeare and film, Renaissance drama, Ovid, Linguistics, Shakespearean Drama, Early Modern English drama, History of English Language, Ben Jonson, Theatre, Satire & Irony, Interlanguage Pragmatics, Recusant Studies, •Translation Theory, Methods and Practice, Translation and Language Learning, Application of Linguistic Theory to Translation., Shakespeare adaptation, Richard II, The Alchemist, and Interlinguicity
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Nashe, Moth, and the Date of Love's Labour's Lostmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Loves's Labour's Lost, and Thomas Nashe
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library The Costumes of Caliban and Ariel Qua Sea-Nymphmore by Michael Saenger
    Publication Name: Notes and Queries
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, History of Costume, Theater History, The Tempest, Anthony Munday, and 3 moreSource Study, Prince Henry, and King's Men
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library The Birth of Advertisingmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Early Modern History, Book History, Bibliography, Advertising, History Of London, and 4 moreReader Response, New Economic Criticism, Paratexts, and Early Capitalism
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Did Sidney Revise Astrophil and Stellamore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Bibliography, Sir Philip Sidney, and Astrophil and Stella
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Will Stephen Wrest Vanity from Falstaff?more by Michael Saenger ... | Ayuda. Will Stephen Wrest Vanity from Falstaff?: 929. Autores: Michael Baird Saenger; Localización: James Joyce quarterly, ISSN 0021-4183, Vol. 35, Nº 1, 1997 , pag. 152. © 2001-2011 Universidad de La Rioja · Todos los derechos... more ... | Ayuda. Will Stephen Wrest Vanity from Falstaff?: 929. Autores: Michael Baird Saenger; Localización: James Joyce quarterly, ISSN 0021-4183, Vol. 35, Nº 1, 1997 , pag. 152. © 2001-2011 Universidad de La Rioja · Todos los derechos reservados. XHTML 1.0; UTF‑8.
    Publisher: dialnet.unirioja.es
    Publication Date: Jan 1, 1997
    Publication Name: James Joyce Quarterly
    Research Interests: James Joyce, William Shakespeare, Literary allusions, and Merry Wives of Windsor
    Save to Library Pericles and the Burlesque of Romancemore by Michael Saenger
    Publication Date: Jan 1, 2000
    Publication Name: Ed. David Skeele. Pericles: Critical Essays. New York: …
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Satire & Irony, and Pericles
    Save to Library "Ah ain't heard whut de tex'wuz": The (Il) legitimate Textuality of Old English and Black Englishmore by Michael Saenger
    Publisher: journal.oraltradition.org
    Publication Date: Jan 1, 1999
    Publication Name: Oral Tradition
    Research Interests: Orality-Literacy Studies, Zora Neale Hurston, and Caedmon's Hymn
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library A Reference to Ovid in Coriolanusmore by Michael Saenger Аннотация Discusses the parallelism between William Shakespeare's Coriolanus character and Ovid's Cadmus character from the dramaMetamorphoses.'Transformation of Coriolanus and Cadmus into peace-loving men; Comment on the... more Аннотация Discusses the parallelism between William Shakespeare's Coriolanus character and Ovid's Cadmus character from the dramaMetamorphoses.'Transformation of Coriolanus and Cadmus into peace-loving men; Comment on the allusions to Ovid by the Menenius character inCoriolanus.'
    Publisher: elibrary.ru
    Publication Date: Jan 1, 1997
    Publication Name: English Language Notes
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Intertextuality, Ovid, and Coriolanus
    Save to Library Shakespeare's Macbethmore by Michael Saenger “To say that Shakespeare went to Holinshed for the history of Mucbeth,” writes James Nosworthy,“but to Marlowe's Doctor Fuustus for the tragedy of Mucbeth... is not wholly without justification.”'Shakespeare typically... more “To say that Shakespeare went to Holinshed for the history of Mucbeth,” writes James Nosworthy,“but to Marlowe's Doctor Fuustus for the tragedy of Mucbeth... is not wholly without justification.”'Shakespeare typically took the rough edges off his sources, and Mucbeth is filled with references and inti-
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis
    Publication Date: Jan 1, 1995
    Publication Name: The Explicator
    Research Interests: Christopher Marlowe, Macbeth, and Doctor Faustus Christopher Marlowe
    View on web3.apiu.edu Save to Library Book Reviews Review of Shakespeare and the French Borders of Englishmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Early Modern History, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, History of English Literature, French language, and Anglo French Relations
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Review of Interlinguicity, Internationality and Shakespearemore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Languages and Linguistics, Shakespeare, Drama, Theater and film, and Social History
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Jewish Culture in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honor of David B. Ruderman, ed. Richard Cohen, Natalie Dohrmann, Adam Shear, Elchanan Reiner (HUC Press). Sixteenth Century Studies Journal 46 (2015): 805-807.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: History, Cultural Studies, Jewish Studies, Jewish History, and Jewish - Christian Relations
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Marlowe’s Ovid: The Elegies in the Marlowe Canon, M.L. Stapleton (Ashgate). Sixteenth Century Studies Journal 46 (2015): 421-422.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Classics, Renaissance Studies, Ovid, and Christopher Marlowe
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Review article on Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, Book One , ed. Carol V. Kaske, The Faerie Queene, Books Three and Four , ed. Dorothy Stephens and Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, Book Five , ed. Abraham Stoll (Hackett). Comitatus 38 (2007): 280-285.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Edmund Spenser and Faerie Queene
    Save to Library Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual, 25. Sixteenth Century Journal 43 (2012): 148-149.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: English Literature, Renaissance Studies, Edmund Spenser, and Faerie Queene
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Review of JOAD RAYMOND (ed.), The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture, vol. 1, Cheap Print in Britain and Ireland to 1660. Michael Saenger Notes and Queries 2013; doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjt019more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Irish Studies, Print Culture, Early Modern History, Book History, History of the Book, and 4 morePopular Culture, Renaissance Studies, History of Reading and Writing, and Early Modern Popular Culture
    Download (.pdf) View on nq.oxfordjournals.org Save to Library Souls with Longing; Representations of Honor and Love in Shakespeare , ed. Bernard J. Dobskiand Dustin A. Gish (Lexington Books). Sixteenth Century Journal.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Christian Education, Shakespeare, Literary Theory, Philosophy of Love, Honor-Shame culture, and 2 moreAs You Like It and 1 Henry IV
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Talks Adapting, Performing & Reviewing Shakespearean Comedy in a European Context - Keynote Lecture 1 more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Literature, Shakespeare, Genre Theory, Thomas Nashe, The Winter's Tale, and Interlinguicity
    Save to Library Interview on Hamlet , directed by Igor Kazakov at Mogilev’s Regional Puppet Theater. Interviewed by Seda Kasparova, representing Mogilev 1 television station, July 25, 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5bQT3Wg3kQ more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Russian Studies, Translation Studies, Performance Studies, Shakespeare, Puppetry, and 10 moreBelarusian Studies, Adaptation, Drama, Theater and film, Avant-Garde Theater, Postmodernism, Theatre, Hamlet, Shakespeare in Performance, and Shakespeare In Translation
    Download (.docx) Save to Library Performance Reviews Saenger Shrew Review.docxmore by Michael Saenger [bloggingshakespeare.com]
    Research Interests: Gender Studies, Theatre Studies, Queer Theory, Shakespeare, Drama, and 2 moreShakespeare in Performance and Taming of the Shrew
    Download (.docx) Save to Library The Merry Wives of Windsor Reviewmore by Michael Saenger [bloggingshakespeare.com]
    Research Interests: Gender Studies, Theatre Studies, Performance Studies, Shakespeare, Drama, and 2 moreCross-dressing in Literature and Austin
    Download (.docx) Save to Library A Midsummer Night's Dream, Austinmore by Michael Saenger [bloggingshakespeare.com]
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Theater and film, Austin, and A Midsummer Night's Dream
    View on bloggingshakespeare.com Save to Library Shit-Faced Shakespeare in Austinmore by Michael Saenger Review of Shit-Faced Shakespeare's performance of Midsummer Night's Dream
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Theater and film, Austin, and Adaptation and Appropriation Theory
    Download (.rtf) View on bloggingshakespeare.com Save to Library Review of Antony and Cleopatramore by Michael Saenger Performed by the Poor Shadows of Elysium, Directed by Joe Falocco
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Drama, Austin, and Antony and Cleopatra
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Review of All's Well that Ends Well; 7 Towers Theater Company, Austin, Texasmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Theatre Studies, Shakespeare, Shakespeare in Performance, and Austin
    Save to Library Review of Twelfth Night, Austin, Texasmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Drama, Austin, and Twelfth Night
    View on bloggingshakespeare.com Save to Library Blog Posts Bibi Loves BDSmore by Michael Saenger Netanyahu's bad on Representatives Omar and Tlaib is at root an effort to undermine liberal Zionism.
    Publication Name: Times of Israel
    Research Interests: Middle East Studies, Israel/Palestine, Anti-Semitism, Israel and Zionism, and Freedom of movement
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library Does BDS have anything to do with Israel?more by Michael Saenger This brief essay considers the question of whether the Boycott, Divest, Sanctions movement is designed to critique Israel or to harass Jews at Western Universities.... more This brief essay considers the question of whether the Boycott, Divest, Sanctions movement is designed to critique Israel or to harass Jews at Western Universities.

    [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Publication Date: 2018
    Publication Name: Times of Israel
    Research Interests: Israel/Palestine, Free Speech, Anti-Semitism, Israel and Zionism, and Academic boycotts, BDS, Israel/Palestine
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library Liberal Zionism, Renewedmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Media Studies, Antisemitism (Prejudice), Israel/Palestine, Supreme Court, and Israel and Zionism
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library For Bernie Sanders piece.docxmore by Michael Saenger [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Research Interests: American Politics, Political Science, Antisemitism (Prejudice), and Israel/Palestine
    Download (.docx) Save to Library Trump and Historymore by Michael Saenger The victory of Donald Trump exposes major problems in American culture that we should address collectively.
    Research Interests: Political Science, Nationalism, American Political Development, National Identity, and Donald Trump
    Download (.rtf) Save to Library Code Wordsmore by Michael Saenger The labeling of Israeli Settlement products is illegal and part of a political culture where code words are used to hide sexism, racism and anti-Semitism.
    Research Interests: European Studies, Middle East Studies, Political Science, and Israel/Palestine
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library Are You a Good Jew or a Bad Jew?more by Michael Saenger [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Research Interests: Jewish Studies, Israel/Palestine, Anti-Semitism, and Judaism
    Save to Library Walls in Berlin and the West Bankmore by Michael Saenger [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Research Interests: Nationalism, Israel/Palestine, and Berlin
    Save to Library The Forbidden City of Netanyamore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Antisemitism (Prejudice) and Israel/Palestine
    Save to Library Facebook, Israel and Diet Cokemore by Michael Saenger [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Research Interests: Israel/Palestine, Palestine, Social Media, and Israel and Zionism
    Save to Library Scolding Israelmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Jewish Studies, Israel Studies, Antisemitism (Prejudice), Israel/Palestine, Israel and Zionism, and Barack Obama
    Download (.docx) Save to Library The Shylock Lens: Shakespeare and the Myth of Jewish Brutalitymore by Michael Saenger [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Research Interests: Jewish Studies, Middle East Studies, Israel Studies, Shakespeare, Antisemitism (Prejudice), and 5 moreIsrael/Palestine, Judaism, Israel, Academic boycotts, BDS, Israel/Palestine, and The Merchant of Venice
    Save to Library Papers Richard III. The Baron’s Men, directed by Joe Falocco, at Garriott’s Curtain Theatre, Austin, Texas. April 7, 2016. Reviewed for Reviewing Shakespeare.more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Disability Studies, Shakespeare, Shakespeare in Performance, Austin, Richard III, and 2 moreBreaking Bad and Theater and Performance Studies
    View on bloggingshakespeare.com Save to Library Review of The Oxford Handbook of English Prose 1500-1640, ed. Andrew Hadfieldmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: History, Cultural History, Early Modern History, Book History, Renaissance Studies, and History of Science
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library NASHE'S ‘PAMPHLETARIE PERIWIGGE’more by Michael Saenger Поиск в библиотеке, Расширенный поиск. ...
    Publication Date: 2001
    Publication Name: Notes and Queries
    Research Interests: Literary studies and Notes and Queries
    Save to Library Political Correctness, Academic Relevance and Israelmore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Antisemitism (Prejudice), Israel/Palestine, Liberal arts, and University
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library Are You a Good Jew or a Bad Jew?more by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Jewish Studies, Israel/Palestine, and Anti-Semitism
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library Gay Marriage and Israelmore by Michael Saenger [blogs.timesofisrael.com]
    Research Interests: Israel/Palestine, LGBT Youth, Supreme Court, Jewish Thought, and Separation of Church and State
    View on blogs.timesofisrael.com Save to Library Nashe, Tragicomedy, and The Winter's Talemore by Michael Saenger
    Research Interests: Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, Drama, Theatre, Tragicomedy, and Thomas Nashe
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Drafts Seminar Polychronic Translation of Shakespearemore by Michael Saenger and Sergio Costola We seek abstracts of papers that address issues of translation in a variety of aspects: source adaptation, linguistic change both to and from Shakespeare, theatrical adaptation and the Shakespearean depiction of translation, migration and... more We seek abstracts of papers that address issues of translation in a variety of aspects: source adaptation, linguistic change both to and from Shakespeare, theatrical adaptation and the Shakespearean depiction of translation, migration and exile. We are particularly interested in ways of approaching the idea of translation that activate multiple layers of time, and divergent histories. Jonathan Gil Harris's influential concept of the polychronic object (e.g., a palimpsest) is a particularly useful model for how to understand Shakespeare's position as an interpreter of and a subject for various understandings of art and time. We invite papers that address the idea of translation in relation to Shakespeare, in particular as such translation relates to ideas of temporality as well as cultural and linguistic difference. Our conversation will be enriched by the many examples of the physical manifestation of the different temporal perspectives to be found in Rome, our host city for the conference.

    Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 15
    Publication Date: 2018
    Publication Name: European Shakespeare Research Association
    Research Interests: Theatre Studies, Translation Studies, Shakespeare, Shakespearean performance history, and Adaptation and Appropriation Theory
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library Shakespeare's Birthday Celebrationmore by Michael Saenger As part of a celebration of Shakespeare's Birdthday, there will be a Monologue Showcase and a lecture from Dr. Saenger on the relevance of Shakespeare to the present time.
    Research Interests: Shakespeare, Madness and Literature, and King Lear
    Download (.pdf) Save to Library CFP RSA 2017 England / Italymore by Sergio Costola and Michael Saenger English and Italian Hybridity CFP for Renaissance Society of America, March 30-April 1, 2017, Chicago, IL. The connections between Italy and England are manifold, including literary exchange, religious migration, lexical transfer and... more English and Italian Hybridity

    CFP for Renaissance Society of America, March 30-April 1, 2017, Chicago, IL.

    The connections between Italy and England are manifold, including literary exchange, religious migration, lexical transfer and international trade. We welcome proposals addressing any aspect of the mutual influence, perceptions and appropriations between Italy and England in the early modern period. Because of the inherent breadth of the subject, we encourage papers that practice source study, social history, theater and art history, and material studies. We welcome papers focused on Italy or England.  Please submit a title, 150 word abstract and short CV to [email protected] and [email protected], prior to June 5, 2016.
    Research Interests: Cultural Studies, Art History, Theatre History, Early Modern History, Italian Studies, and 4 moreBook History, Renaissance Studies, Shakespeare, and Commedia dell'arte
    Save to Library Conferences Organized Global Chaucer and Shakespeare in a Digital World, February 4, 2017more by Alexa Alice Joubin , Jill M Bradbury , Candace Barrington , Michael Saenger , Samuel Yates , and Eve Salisbury Chaucer and Shakespeare, the global literary icons, play a major role in the digital world. This cross-disciplinary symposium puts the legacies of Chaucer and Shakespeare in conversation with each other. Speakers will explore the... more Chaucer and Shakespeare, the global literary icons, play a major role in the digital world. This cross-disciplinary symposium puts the legacies of Chaucer and Shakespeare in conversation with each other. Speakers will explore the intersections and connections between the afterlives of Chaucer and Shakespeare in world cultures.
    Time: 10 AM to 5 PM
    Location: Churchill Center, Gelman Library, George Washington University
    More Info: 2130 H St NW, Washington DC 20052
    Event Date: Feb 4, 2017
    Organization: George Washington University Digital Humanities Institute
    Research Interests: Latin American Studies, Translation Studies, Digital Humanities, Globalization, Film Studies, and 7 moreChaucer, Digital Media, Shakespeare, Shakespearean Drama, Appropriation, Adaptation and Appropriation Theory, and Global Shakespeare
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