The 2001 Shakespeare Institute at Wheaton College will explore the topic of The Christian Dimension of the Second Tetralogy; Richard II, I and II Henry IV, and Henry V.
The roster of speakers is excellent, including such distinguished leaders as John Rumrich, Charles Forker, Clifford Davidson, and others. Plan to bring your enthusiasm, your questions, and your desire to interact. Visit the Conference website for more information: http://www.wheaton.edu/learnres/shakespeare/
Comments made by college and university professors who have attended Shakespeare Institutes at Wheaton:
"The Shakespeare Institute was a high point of the year 1999, no doubt about it."
"The speaker was worth any trip to the moon."
"The work of the Institute is like pulling off a small miracle of scholarship in what many scholars would recognize as a difficult and critical context for almost any serious efforts in the humanities in these times."
"Since the 1996 Institute, a group of scholars assembled at Wheaton has continued to work together since that time." "The Institute was a useful catalyst for us."
"I enjoyed the Institute immensely, more than any other conference I have attended over the years." "It was delightful to hear and converse with scholars interested in the Christian dimension of Shakespeare, and the conference was so beautifully organized that everything was a pleasure."
"Wheaton Institutes remain the one island for real students of Shakespeare."
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