- violent emotions;
- physical violence;
- violent characters;
- staged or simulated violence;
- rape and sexual violence;
- violent language or poetic imagery;
- war and political violence;
- abuse of servants;
- colonial violence in the Renaissance;
- violent textual editions (violent distortions of meaning);
- stage properties used for violence;
- the violence of nature (storms, bears);
- riots in the theater;
- violent reactions to Shakespeare (the Essex rebellion, and, of course, teaching!);
- violent endings to the theater (the burning of the Globe);
- disintegration of the text;
- the causes of violence;
- and, of course, where you can find it, non-violent Shakespeare
If enough interest is shown, we will provide
special undergraduate paper sessions.
Submission Deadline: 15 September 2006.
include the following information in your conference proposals or abstracts:
Name, e-mail address, college or university affiliation, mailing address,
audio visual needs, if you are part of a panel, and times when it is impossible
for you to present your work during the November 9th-11th timeframe.
indicate if you are an undergraduate student.
E-mail submissions are encouraged, although mailed submissions will be accepted as well.
Conference Organizer: Joseph Sullivan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 740-376-4639
Thomas Hall, Marietta College, Marietta, OH 45750
OSC Chairperson: Kara Northway, email@example.com
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