We invite you to join us for a festival of events honoring William Shakespeare. All are free and open to the public; reservations for the theatre performance are recommended.
- By Yohangza, an internationally acclaimed company from Seoul, Korea. Performed in Korean with English Surtitles.
April 23, 2016 7:00 PM, Alumnae Hall
Event and reservation information: Yohangza
- "Shakespeare on the Globe stage," Professor Tiffany Stern (Oxford University)
- "Shakespeare on the Global stage," Professor Hyonu Lee (Soon Chun Hyang University)
April 23, 4:15-6:00 PM, Collins Cinema
Reception to follow in the Davis Museum Lobby
More Information: Global Panel
Distinguished Thinkers at the Newhouse Center Lecture:
- "Traveling Shakespeare: Plays in Motion," Professor Stephen Greenblatt (Harvard University)
April 27, 7:00 PM, Collins Cinema
More Information: Greenblatt
Qs: Lisa Easley, English Department
For a select bibliography of works about global literature discussed in Prof. Sabin's colloquium, click here.
ENG112X: Shakespeare on the Page and in Performance Begins Oct. 1
It's time to brush up your Shakespeare... online! The latest WellesleyX course begins in October, exploring Shakespeare on the page and in performance. See more at: http://www.wellesley.edu/news/2014/09/node/48546
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El Dia de los Muertos, Nov. 6th
Babel Rousers: The 900-year Quest to Build a Better Language
Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror: Dan Chiasson and Elaine Mehalakes
Siddhartha Deb: Distinguished Writer at the Newhouse Center
Ethic Studies Conference: In Theory and Practice
Poetry Reading: New Poems from Frank Bidart
n+1: Panel Discussion with Editors of n+1 Magazine
DMSAC Presents: Dan Chiasson at the Davis Museum
Tuesday, March 7th, 4:15 p.m., Davis Museum Lobby. A gallery talk with Associate Professor Dan Chiasson, poet and essayist, on "Bells for Sylvia Plath" by Jenny Olivia Johnson.