Organisers: Sarah Howe (UCL), Farah Karim-Cooper (Shakespeare’s Globe), Hannah Crawforth, John Lavagnino, Gordon McMullan, Sonia Massai, Lucy Munro and Ann Thompson (all from the London Shakespeare Centre, King’s College London), Clare McManus (University of Roehampton), Tiffany Stern (Royal Holloway, University of London), Gillian Woods (Birkbeck, University of London), Jennifer Young (Greenwich University)
— RHClossick (@RHClossick) February 13, 2017
Speakers from previous years have included the following:
David Armitage, David Bergeron, Philip Bird, Tom Bird, Mark Thornton Burnett, Sandra Clark, Katharine Craik, Brian Cummings, Rose Dixon, Michael Dobson, Jeff Dolven, Lukas Erne, Bridget Escombe, Ewan Fernie, Brett Gamboa, Suzanne Gossett, Margreta de Grazia, Helen Hackett, Jonathan Gil Harris, Margaret Healy, Katherine Hennessey, Peter Holbrook, Jonathan Hope, Peter Holland, Jonathan Holmes, Alice Hunt, Russell Jackson, Farah Karim-Cooper, Paulina Kewes, Jeffrey Knapp, James Knowles, Roslyn L. Knutson, Eric Langley, Douglas Lanier, John Lavagnino, Darian Leader, John Lee, Zachary Lesser, Jerzy Limon, Ania Loomba, Russ McDonald, Ellen Mackay, Gerald Maclean, Clare McManus, Gordon McMullan, Laurie Maguire, Gail Marshall, Madhavi Menon, Alfredo Modenessi, Femke Molekamp, Joe Moshenska, Steven Mullaney, Lucy Munro, Fionnuala O’Neill, Lena Cowen Orlin, Reiko Oya, Joanne Paul, Amanda Piesse, Arne Pohmeier, Chloe Porter, Lois Potter, Laurence Publicover, Eric Rasmussen, Abigail Rokison, Kate Rumbold, David Schalkwyk, Sabine Schülting, Philip Schwyzer, Charlotte Scott, Alison Shell, Emily Sherwood, Michael Silk, Stuart Sillars, Quentin Skinner, Emma Smith, Simon Smith, Kelly Stage, Tiffany Stern, Preti Taneja, Gary Taylor, Ann Thompson, Alison Thorne, Evelyn Tribble, Katherine Schaap Williams, Elizabeth Scott-Baumann, Bart Van Es, Robert N. Watson, Rene Weis, Michael Witmore, Gillian Woods, Paul Yachnin, Jennifer Young.
— lucy clarke (@babbyacademic) November 30, 2016
The London Shakespeare Seminar will start from 9 October 2017, but to find out information on the seminars for the 2017/18 academic year, you can follow the link to the IES website or go directly to the seminar schedule.
If you wish to delve further into the seminars, then follow the link to the the London Shakespeare Centre or follow them on Twitter where you can find details on topics and themes to be discussed, as well as information who on to contact.