• Research Symposium: “Shakespeare and the Body Politic”

    28 November 2016 9:00am5:00pm
    Bringing together expertise in the fields of the history of political thought, the history of medicine, gender studies, and literary criticism, this cross-disciplinary symposium will reconsider conceptions of the “body politic” in Shakespeare and other early modern authors. 
  • Concert: “Shakespeare in the Opera House”

    27 October 2016 1:00pm
    This concert presents excerpts from some of the nineteenth century’s best-loved Shakespearean operas, including Thomas’s Hamlet(1868), Verdi’s Macbeth (1847), Nicolai’s Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (The Merry Wives of Windsor) (1848), and Charles-François Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette (1867).
  • The Delighted Spirit: Shakespeare at UQ 2016

    Performance
    In 2016 the University will mark the four-hundredth anniversary of Shakespeare’s death by hosting a series of lectures, symposia, concerts, film screenings, workshops, performances, a rare-book exhibition, and other events exploring the ways in which Shakespeare continues to delight, provoke, and fascinate those who engage with his works. The series is entitled The Delighted Spirit, a phrase taken from Claudio’s speech in Act Three, Scene One, of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, in which Claudio gives an impassioned plea for “worldly life”—life which, he insists, is always, and no matter how full of hardships, to be preferred “To what we fear of death”. This series of commemorative events, then, will explore the life in Shakespeare’s works—how they continue to live on and inspire, stimulate, and give pleasure in “states unborn and accents yet unknown”.
  • UQ RD Milns Antiquities Museum: Cyprus Exhibition

    Exhibit
    Tuesday, May 31, 2016 (All day)
  • Shakespearean Feast

    Performance
    Sunday, 29 May 2016, 2:00pm-4.00pm, Concert Hall, QPAC
    The University of Queensland Symphony Orchestra, the University of Queensland Chorale, and guest choirs
  • Lecture and Panel Discussion: “Shakespeare & Co: The Bard and His Peers in the Digital Age”

    Lecture / Talk
    Professor Hugh Craig (University of Newcastle), with Dr Jennifer Clement (University of Queensland) and Professor Peter Holbrook (University of Queensland).

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