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Acts of Reading in Shakespeare's Plays

Posted By Chelsea R. McKelvey, Tuesday, April 25, 2017

This panel considers portrayals of reading in Shakespeare’s plays. What can we learn about the activity of early modern reading based on how it appears on Shakespeare’s stage? What kind of documents and books appear onstage? What purpose does reading serve in these plays? These are the sorts of questions this panel seeks to answer, bringing together conversations regarding Shakespeare’s materials and early modern reading habits.

Please submit all proposals by May 20th to Chelsea McKelvey at clrice@smu.edu. The proposal should include:

·           Name, affiliation, and email address

·           Paper title (15-word maximum)

·           Abstract (150-word maximum) abstract guidelines

·           Keywords

·           Brief curriculum vitae (300-word maximum) CV guidelines and models

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