Seminars

S.01 Moved by Shakespeare: ‘natural’ tempos, movement and physical expression on the ballet, opera and other storied musical stages

Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau1, Nancy Isenberg2
1Université Clermont Auvergne, France; 2Roma Tre University, Italy
achevrier.bosseau@gmail.comnancyisenberg@gmail.com

S.02 Shakespeare’s Festive Comedies on Screen: nature, art, politics

Victoria Bladen1, Sarah Hatchuel2Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin2
1University of Queensland, Australia; 2Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, France
victoria.bladen@uqconnect.edu.ausarah.hatchuel@univ-montp3.frnathalie.vienne-guerrin@univ-montp.3.fr

S.03 Performing Horticultural Spaces: Shakespearean Gardens, Orchards, and Parks

Roberta Zanoni1, Guillaume Foulquié2Huimin Wang3
1University of Verona, Italy; 2Univesrity of Worcester, United Kingdom; 3University of Southampton, United Kingdom;
Roberta.zanoni@univr.it ; guillaume.foulquie@gmail.com ; huimin.wang@soton.ac.ukfrancesca.guidotti@unibg.it

S.04 Practicing Diversity in Digital Shakespeare Pedagogy

Varsha Panjwani1Anne Sophie Refskou2
1NYU London, United Kingdom; 2HamletScenen, United Kingdom
vp46@nyu.eduannesophie@hamletscenen.dk

S.05 Shakespeare reception through transmedia in the digital age: expanded problems in expanded media?

Vasso Giannakopoulou1, Elin Sütiste2
1University of Cyprus, Cyprus; 2University of Tartu, Estonia
vasso@ucy.ac.cyelin.sytiste@ut.ee

S.06 Macbeth in European Culture

Juan F. Cerdá1, Paul Prescott2
1University of Murcia, Spain; 2University of Warrick, United Kingdom
juanfcerda@um.esp.prescott@warwick.ac.uk

S.07 Shakespeare and Music: “Where should this music be? I’ th’ air or th’ earth?”

Supported by the RMA Shakespeare and Music Study Group
Michelle Assay1, Alina Bottez2, David Fanning3
1University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom; 2University of Bucharest, Romania; 3University of Manchester, United Kingdom
m.assay@hud.ac.ukalinabottez@gmail.comdavid.fanning@manchester.ac.uk

S.08 Re-mapping Shakespeare: Hybridity, Diversity and Adaptation

Carmen Levick1, Márta Minier2
1University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2University of South Wales, United Kingdom
C.levick@sheffield.ac.ukmarta.minier@southwales.ac.uk

S.09 Shakespeare and Central/Eastern Europe: The National and Global

Michelle Assay1, David Fanning2, Boris Gaydin3
1University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom; 2University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 3Moscow University for the Humanities, Russian Federation
m.assay@hud.ac.ukDavid.fanning@manchester.ac.ukbngaydin@mosgu.ru

S.10 “Well Are You Welcome in the Open Air”: Shakespeare Staged Outdoors

Daria Moskvitina1, Oana Gheorghiu2, Bohdan Korneliuk3
1Zaporizhzhia State Medical University, Ukraine; 2”Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Romania; 3Khortytsia National Academy, Ukraine
daryamoskvitina@gmail.comoana.gheorghiu@ugal.rokorneljukbogdan@ukr.net

S.11 Fracking Shakespeare

Ronan Hatfull1, Taarini Mookherjee2
 1University of Warwick, United Kingdom; 2Columbia University, United States
Ronan.Hatfull@warwick.ac.uktm2682@columbia.edu

S.12 Changing Policies in Media Ecology: The Case of East European Digital Shakespeare

Mădălina Nicolaescu1, Vladimir Makarov2, Oana-Alis Zaharia1
1University of Bucharest, Romania; 2St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University in Moscow, Russia
madalina.nicolaescu@lls.unibuc.romail@vmakarov.nameoana-alis.zaharia@lls.unibuc.ro

S.13 Shakespeare and the Nature of Utopia/Utopian Nature

Delilah Bermudez Brataas1, Magdalena Cieślak2
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2University of Lodz, Poland
delilah.brataas@ntnu.nomagdalena.cieslak@uni.lodz.pl

S.14 Shakespeare in Second and Foreign Language Learning

Delilah Bermudez Brataas1, Anna Kowalcze-Pawlik2
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2University of Lodz, Poland
delilah.brataas@ntnu.noanna.kowalcze@uni.lodz.pl

S.15 “An art that nature makes?”: Nature and Shakespeare’s Greece

Alison Findlay1, Vassiliki Markidou2
1Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
a.g.findlay@lancaster.ac.ukvmarkidou@enl.uoa.gr

S.16 Shakespeare the (Un)natural Shaper: Addressing, Transgressing, and Redressing the Natural-Cultural Balance

Michela Compagnoni1, Francesca Guidotti2
1Roma Tre University, Italy; 2University of Bergamo, Italy
michela.compagnoni@uniroma3.itfrancesca.guidotti@unibg.it

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