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Kingston Shakespeare Seminar: Shakespeare and Derrida symposium

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Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm
Venue: Garrick's Temple, Hampton, Middlesex
Price: £20

Kingston Shakespeare Seminar: Shakespeare and Derrida symposium

Please join us for this event exploring Shakespeare and Derrida, brought to you by the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series team and held at the beautiful Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare in Hampton.

9.30am: Registration and coffee (Temple Pavilion)

10.00am: Chair: Richard Wilson (Kingston University)
Nicholas Royle (Sussex University):
‘Shakespeare Dreaming'

11.00am: Coffee (Temple Pavilion)

11.30am: Chair: Paul Kottman (New School, New York)
Tina Chanter (Kingston University):
'What's in a name? Death, anteriority, iterability'
Christopher Prendergast (University of Cambridge)
‘Derrida's Hamlet: Ghosts, Being and Justice'

1.00pm: Lunch (Bell Inn, Hampton)

2.30pm: Chair: Nicholas Foxton (Kingston University)
John Joughin (University of East London):
‘Derrida starting again with Garrick'
Andrew Cutrofello: (Loyola University Chicago)
‘"Give Me Thy Hand": Antinomianism and Countertime in Antony and Cleopatra.'

4.00pm: Tea (Temple Pavilion)

4.30pm: Chair: Stuart Elden (Warwick University)
Howard Caygill (Kingston University):
‘"All the Grandfathers": Derrida's "Infinite Admiration" of Shakespeare'

5.30pm: Round Table Discussion

Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Richard Wilson


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