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BSA programme - Friday 31st August

8.30am -5pm

Registration, Rootes Social Building (building 49 on the campus map ).

9.30-9.45am

Welcome address by John Joughin, Chair of the British Shakespeare Association, and Carol Rutter, Director of the CAPITAL Centre

Warwick Arts Centre Conference Room

9.45am

Shuttle bus to Millburn House departs Arts Centre main entrance

10-11.30am Session 1 Choose one from: 1.1 Showcasing Shakespeare in the Media (90 minutes) Humanities H203

An interactive seminar, convened by Susanne Greenhalgh, Roehampton University, which will report on the British Universities Film and Video Council AHRC-funded Audio-Visual Shakespeare Database Project. Auditors are welcome.


1.2
Shakespearean Surfaces (90 minutes) Humanities H545

A seminar convened by Alison Finlay and Liz Oakley-Brown, Lancaster University. The session will consist of five 5-minute position papers followed by an interactive discussion. All welcome.  
1.3
Blogging the Bard: a panel discussion (60 minutes) Humanities H003

Convened by Andrew Dickson, Arts Editor, Guardian Unlimited, with Peter Kirwan (The Bardathon), Natasha Tripney (Intervaldrinks) and Patricia Tatspaugh


1.4 Speaking Shakespeare (60 minutes) Arts Centre Conference Room

Convened by Paul Allen, broadcaster and writer , with Patrice Naiambana, RSC Histories Company, Janet Dale, and Ben Crystal


1.5
 Hearing Shakespeare (participants limited to 30) (90 minutes) CAPITAL Studio Millburn House

An active workshop session led by Cicely Berry, RSC


1.6
Introducing Shakespeare in Year 7 and 8: an Ensemble Approach to Twelfth Night. A RSC Workshop for Teachers

  (T) (90 minutes) CAPITAL Rehearsal Room Millburn House

An active workshop session led by Rachel Gartside, RSC Education Associate Practitioner

1.7 Sensual Shakespeare (90 minutes) Theatre Studies Studio Millburn House

An active workshop led by Paul Prescott, University of Warwick, P.A. Skantze, University of Glasgow and Stuart Hampton-Reeves, University of Central Lancashire

 

11.30-12noon

Coffee: Warwick Arts Centre Foyer (building 61 on the campus map ).

 

12noon-1pm Session 2

The Shakespeared Brain, Philip Davis, University of Liverpool

Introduced by John Joughin, University of Central Lancashire

Warwick Arts Centre Conference Room

1-2pm

Buffet lunch, Arts Centre foyer

Free to all delegates

1.45pm

Shuttle bus to Millburn House departs Arts Centre main entrance

2pm-3.30pm Session 3

Choose one from: 3.1 European Shakespeare (90 minutes) Humanities H003 A seminar convened by Ton Hoenselaars, Utrecht University, and Clara Calvo, University of Murcia. Respondent: Sonia Massai, King's College London. Auditors are welcome

3.2 Writing Shakespeare (90 minutes) Arts Centre Conference Room

A panel discussion convened by Sarah Stanton, Cambridge University Press, with Laurie Maguire, Magdalen College Oxford; Rene Weis, University College London; Elizabeth Schafer, Royal Holloway London.


3.3
 Designing Shakespeare (60 minutes) Humanitries H545

Christie Carson, Royal Holloway London, and Chris Dyer, Wimbledon School of Art


3.4 Teaching Shakespeare at Key Stage 2 (7-11 year olds) (T) (90 minutes) CAPITAL Studio Millburn House

An active workshop led by Adam Coleman, Globe Education Senior Practitioner


3.5
Teaching Shakespeare at Secondary Level (T) (90 minutes) Theatre Studies Studio Millburn House

An active workshop led by Yolanda Vazquez, Globe Education Senior Practitioner


3.6
Domesticating Shakespeare (90 minutes) Humanities H203

An active workshop led by Catherine Richardson, University of Kent


3.7 The Use of Shakespeare's Ideas, Themes and Issues to Teach Citizenship and PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) (T) (90 minutes) CAPITAL Centre Rehearsal Room Millburn House

Led by Brian Lighthill, University of Warwick


3.30-4pm

Tea, Warwick Arts Centre Foyer and Millburn House foyer

 

4-5pm Session 4

What Is Creative Teaching?: Discuss with Reference to Shakespeare

Warwick Arts Centre Conference Room

A debate chaired by James Stredder, with Perry Mills, King Edward VI Grammar School Stratford-upon-Avon; Simon Palfrey, Brasenose College Oxford; Tracy Irish, Project Manager, Professional Development Programme, RSC Learning; Emily Hazell, Shenley Brook End School, Milton Keynes


 
5-6pm

British Shakespeare Association AGM Arts Centre Conference Room

 

5.15-5.45pm

Britain in Print and Shakespeare Online: Themes in Tragedy Humanities H033

Norman Rodger and Lesley Pearson http://www.britaininprint.net/

 

6.15 -7.30pm 

Drinks reception sponsored by the CAPITAL Centre Warwick Arts Centre foyer 

CAPITAL Centre 

 

7.30-9pm

Conference Dinner

Chancellors Suite, Rootes Social Building

Delegates in University accommodation who have not registered for the Conference dinner will eat in the Arts Centre Cafe


9.30-11pm
Humanities 052

Screening of Hamlet with Asta Nielsen (1921) the UK premiere of a newly discovered colour print