A professional organization for the advanced study of Shakespeare's works, times, and afterlife.
- In light of the Supreme Court’s decision on the administration’s Executive Order concerning travel, the SAA reaffirms its statement on inclusion and mutual respect as expressed below. We remind our members that we continue to share the sentiments expressed in President Heather James’s February 2017 letter to the membership on this topic.
- The SAA joins sister ACLS organizations in signing a statement on the proposed program cuts at the University of Wisconsin, Steven Points.
- The SAA joins sister ACLS organizations in opposing US Congress proposal to tax tuition waivers, 28 November 2017.
Statement from the SAA
- The SAA was founded on principles of inclusion, open exchange, and mutual respect. Its pioneering seminar system welcomes scholars from all locations and of all professional standings to meet around its seminar tables. We value the international diversity of our membership and condemn any policy or directive that impedes the movement of scholars into and out of the United States. Click for more.
For All Members
- Register for the 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
- Book a hotel room for the 2019 Meeting.
- Vote for SAA Officers.
- Propose a session for the 2020 Annual Meeting in Denver.
For Graduate Students
- World Shakespeare Congress 2021 Singapore calls for submissions.
- The program schedule for the 2019 Annual Meeting is now online.
- Drama Online is offering free access through 1 March.
- We are very happy to welcome Ginny McCarley as our new Project Coordinator.