Please find below a list of panel and roundtable sessions currently confirmed for the World Shakespeare Congress 2016 programme:

Panels

 

  • “Recreating Shakespeare on the Latin American Screen”
    Mark Thornton Burnett (Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom), Aimara da Cunha Resende (Centro de Estudos Shakespeareanos, Brazil), Julie Sanders (Respondent; University of Nottingham, United Kingdom), Alfredo Michel Modenessi (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, Mexico)

 

  • “Feminist Criticism: Remaking Shakespeare Studies and Performance”
    Marianne Novy (University of Pittsburgh, United States), Catherine Belsey (Swansea University, United Kingdom), Pamela Allen Brown (University of Connecticut, Stamford, United States), Sujata Iyengar (University of Georgia, United States), Jessica Slights (Acadia University, Canada), Kirilka Stavreva (Cornell College, Iowa, United States)

 

  • “Cut Him Up in Little Stars: Romeo and Juliet Among the Arts”
    Julia Reinhard Lupton (University of California, United States), Joseph Campana (Rice University, United States), Marlene McCarty (New York University, United States), Viola Timm (University of Fortaleza, Brazil), Ewan Fernie (Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

 

 

  • “Shakespeare and Traditional Stories”
    Helen Cooper (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom), Jacek Fabiszak (University of Adam Mickiewicz, Poznan, Poland), Hester Lees-Jeffries (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom), Andrew King (University College Cork, Ireland)

 

  • “Shakespeare in Zoom”
    Peter Holland (Notre Dame University, United States), Russ McDonald (Goldsmiths University, United Kingdom), Ruth Morse (Université Paris Diderot – Paris VII, France), Robert N. Watson (UCLA, United States)

 

 

  • “Shakespeare and the Costume Archives”
    Patricia Lennox (New York University, United States), Kate Dorney (Victoria and Albert Museum, United Kingdom), Carol Rutter (University of Warwick, United Kingdom), Catherine Treilhou-Balaude (Université de Sorbonne Nouvelle, France)

 

  • “Shakespeare in the Global South”
    Sandra Young (University of Cape Town, South Africa), Ashish Beesoondial (Mauritius Institute of Education, Maritius), Donna Woodford-Gormley (New Mexico Highlands University, United States), Pompa Banerjee (University of Colorado, United States)

 

 

 

 

 

  • “Re-Casting Shakespeare: Translations, Adaptations, and Performances Across the Arab World”
    Katherine Hennessey (University of Warwick/Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom), Margaret Litvin (Boston University, United States), Graham Holderness (University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom), Rafik Darragi (University of Tunis, Tunisia), David C. Moberly (University of Minnesota, United States), Noha Mohamad Mohamad Ibraheem (Cairo University, Egypt), Paulo Lemos Horta (New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates)

 

  • “Shakespeare and Darwin”
    Andreas Hoefele (Munich University, Germany), Scott Maisano (University of Massachusetts, Boston,United States), Randall Martin (University of New Brunswick, Canada), Laurie Shannon (Northwestern University, USA), Rebecca Stott (University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)

 

 

Roundtables

  • “Shakespeare and the Passions”
    Katharine Craik (Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom), Lynn Enterline (Vanderbilt University, USA), Indira Ghose – Chair (University of Fribourg, Switzerland), Ross Knecht (Emory University, USA), Richard Meek (University of Hull, United Kingdom), Brid Philips (University of Western Australia, Australia), Robert S. White (University of Western Australia, Australia),

 

  • “Shakespeare and Translation”
    Kazuko Matsuoka (Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan), Ananda Lal (Jadavpur University, India); Ching-Hsi Perng (National Taiwan University); Rui Carvalho Homem (University of Oporto, Portugal); Dirk Delabastita (Chair; University of Namur, Belgium); Liz Oakley-Brown (Lancaster University, United Kingdom)

 

  • “Shakespeare and Biography”
    Paul Edmondson (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, United Kingdom), Margreta de Grazia (University of Pennsylvania, United States), Katherine Scheil (University of Minnesota, United States), James Shapiro (Columbia University, United States), Stanley Wells (Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, United Kingdom)