Program for #GWDH17

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[Download pdf: globalchaucershax-program]

10:00
COFFEE

10:20 – 10:30
Opening remarks: Alexa Huang and Jonathan Hsy (Co-Directors, GW Digital Humanities Institute)

10:30 – 11:30
Featured Speaker: José Francisco Botelho
Of pilgrims, knights and cantadores: translating Chaucer and Shakespeare in modern Brazil
Moderator: Candace Barrington

11:30 – 1:45
COFFEE BREAK

11:45 – 1:00
Paper session: MEDIA AND TRANSFORMATION
Moderator: Sam Yates

  • Carol Robinson: “Chaucer and Shakespeare in the Deaf World: Transcriptions & Interpretations”
  • Katherine Schaap Williams: “Formal Capacities: The Speaker’s Progress Playing Twelfth Night
  • Eve Salisbury: “Gower, Pericles, and Global Performance”

1:00 – 2:30
LUNCH

2:30 – 2:40
Post-lunch intermission show (Michael Saenger)
“Snape and Branagh: From Shakespeare to Milton”

2:40 – 4:00
Paper session: ETHICS AND NETWORKS
Moderator: Mike Shea

  • Laura Estill: “What’s In and What’s Out: The Ethics of Digital Publication, Shakespeare Studies, and the World Shakespeare Bibliography Online
  • Mercedes de la Torre and Carlos A. Drocchi: “Shakespeare in other words: Fundación Shakespeare Argentina”
  • Michael Saenger: “The Foreign Words and Worlds of Twelfth Night

4:00 – 4:15
COFFEE BREAK

4:15 – 5:15
Roundtable: ARCHIVES AND GLOBAL COMMUNITIES
Moderator: Alexa Huang
Participants: Jill Bradbury, Candace Barrington and Jonathan Hsy (Co-Directors of Global Chaucers), Carol Robinson, and José Francisco Botelho

6:00
INVITED DINNER