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Registration: New Directions in 19th Cent. Theatre & Performace Research (5/14/2016)

university_of_warwick_logo_detailAlternative Victorians and their Predecessors: New Directions in Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Performance Research
A One-Day Symposium in conjunction with Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film

Saturday 14 May 2016
University of Warwick
Millburn House
School of Theatre, Performance and Cultural Policy Studies

You are warmly invited to Alternative Victorians and their Predecessors: New Directions in Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Performance Research, a symposium to investigate current developments in theatre and performance research and scholarship relating to the long nineteenth century, and to consider ways forward. The symposium is particularly focussing on papers exploring what has been called the ‘new theatre history,’ innovative research methods, and reconfigurations of theatre and performance history on both a national and global scale.

Speakers will include: Tracy C. Davis, Dan Rebellato, Kate Newey, Marty Gould, Baz Kershaw, and Catherine Hindson.

The symposium is convened by the editors of Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film: Jim Davis, Janice Norwood, Patricia Smyth and Sharon Weltman.

Registration Fee: £15/ Postgraduates, £10 (includes lunch and refreshments, payable on the day, but please register your intention to attend in advance).

To register or for further information, please contact: jim.davis@warwick.ac.uk.

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