March 28-29, 2003
The University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
with generous support from the Department of English and the Vice President for Instruction. Arrangements by English 4340 and 6340 and Drama 5160 and 7160 classes, spring term, 2003.
Brian Jay Corrigan, "Introduction to the Compendium of Renaissance Drama" Helen Hull, "Representing the Monarch: Office-holders on the Early Modern Stage" Kirk Melnikoff, Ed Gieskes, 'A dangerous age': Jonson, Beaumont, and the Structures of the Theatre Nina Levine, "Performing Consumption in Early Modern London" Jim Hirsh, "Eavesdropping on the English Renaissance Stage." Larry Rhu, "Reading Cavell Reading: The Availability of Philosophy in Shakespeare and at the Movies" Andrew Hartley, "Subjectivity and metatheatre: the generation of psyche in Renaissance drama"
Scenes from Renaissance Plays, performed by Dr. Freda Scott Giles' drama classes, DRAM 5160 and 7160.
The Shoemakers Holiday Doctor Faustus The Changeling 'Tis Pity She's a Whore The Duchess of Malfi