As a follow up to our 2020 seminar series and online conference in May, we are delighted to be hosting a one-day series of workshops and discussions to take place both in-person and online. Further exploring the connections between theatrical and non-theatrical texts in Early Modern England, this day will be a chance to grapple with some of the specifics of cross-genre performance and to follow the new avenues of research which have arisen from our many wonderful speakers over the last two years.
The day will include a workshop on Dialogues and didactics: Brinsley, Textor, and The Disobedient Child and a workshop on Doctor Faustus and Donne’s Court Sermons, and a roundtable discussion with Dr Hannah Yip and Dr Simon Smith. For those who wish to attend online, the whole day will be streamed via Zoom. For more information and to register please click here. Tickets for in person attendance will be £6 which will include light refreshments.
*Thanks to a grant received from the Society for Renaissance Studies, we are able to offer a limited number of bursaries to help with travel costs for PGRs and ECRS. These bursaries will be distributed on a first come first served basis, so if you feel you could benefit from one of these bursaries, please do get in touch as soon as possible.*
Dr Catherine Evans (Manchester) and Dr Emma Rhatigan (Sheffield).