The Atelier de Recherche sur le Théâtre (Laboratoire CAS, EA 201) has the pleasure to announce that the conference on « Reflections and transfigurations: Tradapting and Performing Shakespeare today » will be held on 26th april 2012 at the Université de Toulouse le Mirail (France)
Programme included below and abstracts available at http://w3.cas.univ-tlse2.fr/spip.php?article259
Nathalie Rivere de Carles
Reflections and transfigurations:
Tradapting and Performing Shakespeare today
26th APRIL 2012
Université de Toulouse le Mirail. Pavillon de la Recherche. OBM1.
8.45 Welcome Coffee
9.00-10.00 Keynote: Djanet Sears (University of Toronto) “Harlem Duet: Race(ing) Othello through a Womanist Lens”
Translating Shakespeare and the Shakespearean
Chair: Nathalie Rivere de Carles (University of Toulouse)
10.00 Miguel Teruel (University of Valencia) Wrighting (translation, Shakespeare) for the stage
10.30 Janice Valls Russell (Paul Valéry University of Montpellier 3) Translating Harlem Duet.
11.15 Conny Loder (Ernst-Moritz Arndt University) Translation, tension and performance of Kammerspiele’s white Othello
11.45 Tom Cheesman (Swansea University) Othello in Multiple Translations: Towards a Digital ‘Translation Array’
Lunch break: 12.30-14.00
14.00-15.00 Keynote Paula Vogel (Yale University) “Pioneers and All: Negative Empathy and Desdemona"
Adaptation & Performance
Chair: Agnès Lafont (Paul Valéry University of Montpellier 3)
15.10 Zhiyan Zhang (University of Exeter), Sensation and Imagination in Two Adapted Performance of The Merchant of Venice
15. 40 Jennifer Flaherty (Emory & Henry College in Virginia), “Into the Woods: The Indian Boy at the Royal Shakespeare Company”
16.00 Yeeyon Im (Yeungnam University in South Korea), “In the Name of Love”: Ledeckỳ’s Musical Hamlet and Shakespeare’s Romantic Tragedy
Chair: Philippe Birgy (University of Toulouse)
16.45 Maria Elisa Montironi (Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo), "After your way his tale pronounc'd":the political reception of Shakespeare's Coriolanus in Germany”
17.20 Natalia Brzozowska (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań), Adapting social reality. Shakespeare’s sources of Julius Caesarand the modern sociological concept of anomie”
17.40 Katarzyna Burzynska (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan) “Man is something that should be overcome” - Self-fashioning versus self-overcoming of Shakespearean over-reachers as seen through the lens of Friedrich Nitezsche's philosophy.
18.15 Conclusion & Drinks: Book Launch for the Bilingual edition of Harlem Duet (Collection Nouvelles Scènes Anglais, Presses Universitaires du Mirail).
Nathalie Rivere de Carles
Senior Lecturer Renaissance Studies
Director M.Ed in English Programme
General Editor Nouvelles Scènes Anglais
DEMA- Atelier de Recherche sur le Théâtre (CAS EA801)
Université de Toulouse 2 Le Mirail
5 allées Antonio- Machado
31058 TOULOUSE CEDEX 7
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