Seminars

David Sterling Brown: Do You Hear What I Hear? Shakespeare, Race and the “Listening Ear”

Wednesday 27 April 2022, 17.30BST   Virtually everyone knows what race looks like. But what does race sound like?  And what does race sound like in Shakespearean drama, on the page or on the stage?  During this talk, Dr David Sterling Brown will discuss, in relationship to Shakespeare’s dramatic literature, the “sonic colour line” and …

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Sound and Race

Roundtable discussion given at the Soundscapes in the Early Modern World conference, 5-9 July 2021. Speakers: Nandini Das Sarah Dustagheer Katherine Butler Schofield Jennifer Lynn Stoever Wayne Weaver

Tess Knighton: How Processions Moved

  Tess Knighton (ICREA-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), ‘How processions moved: emotional discourses in civic ceremony in early modern Europe’. Chair: Rachel Willie (LJMU)   Feature image: ‘Saint Agnes’ (one of a pair) mid-16th century, possibly by Diego de Tiedrac 

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