The Malone Society is very pleased to inform members and others that a symposium, ‘Marginal Malone’, will take place on 26 June 2015 at the University of Oxford. This symposium examines the lives and afterlives of Malone’s readings of English literature, and is a collaboration between the Yale Program in the History of the Book and the Bodleian … Read moreMarginal Malone
We’re holding a symposium! Reverend Productions and The Malone Society present: King Leir A staged reading and symposium Saturday 16 May, 10:30am-6:30pm The Chapel, Somerville College, Woodstock Road, Oxford The staged reading will commence at 11am. Speakers in the afternoon symposium will include Professor Tiffany Stern, Professor Katherine Duncan-Jones and Professor Sir Brian Vickers. Please see below for … Read moreSymposium, Saturday 16 May
This guest post comes from Dr Eoin Price, who recently gained his PhD from The Shakespeare Institute, where he currently works. He is preparing a book about the meaning of the terms ‘public’ and ‘private’ in Renaissance theatrical discourse and has work forthcoming in Literature Compass and The Map of Early Modern London [http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/]. His reviews of … Read moreThe Fair Maid of the Exchange: Malone Society Staged Reading and Symposium
We are delighted to announce that registration for the Malone Society’s symposium and staged reading of The Fair Maid of the Exchange is now open! See the poster below for full details and how to register. We look forward to seeing you there!
It is our pleasure to announce that with the support of the Malone Society, there will be a staged play reading and afternoon Symposium in the Flora Anderson Hall, Somerville College on 17th May 2014. The performance will take place in the morning, followed by an academic discussion in the afternoon. The play will be … Read moreForthcoming Malone Society Conference at Oxford University
As any Malone Society member will know, there are plenty of obscure Renaissance dramas that never have been and never will be, part of the widely read canon. The Hogge hath lost his Pearle is one such play. It’s unlikely to appear as a set-text on school curriculums or on stage at the RSC. Which … Read moreThe Hogge Hath Lost His Pearle: conference recap
It’s nearly the eleventh hour, but there is still time to register for our conference on Robert Tailor’s The Hogge hath Lost His Pearle. See you there! http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/news-events/upcoming-events/201209/hogge-hath-lost-his-pearle
If you have not yet registered for the upcoming conference on 22 September, there’s still time. Take a look at the Hogge Conference Poster for all the details. We look forward to seeing you in Oxford!