A professional organization for the advanced study of Shakespeare's works, times, and afterlife.
For All Members
- Listen to the audios recorded at the 2017 Annual Meeting: “Presidential Speech,” “Queer Natures: Bodies, Sexualities, Environments” and “The Color of Membership.” (Alternative Streaming Site)
- Register publications that were incubated at the SAA in our member database.
For Graduate Students
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. 31 January 2017. Click for more.
Support the NEH and the NHA
With NEH funding under threat, members are urged to send messages of support by clicking here. The SAA is a founding member of the National Humanities Alliance, which coordinates advocacy efforts on behalf of the humanities in the U.S. To submit proposals for this year’s NHA-sponsored National Humanities Conference on 2 November 2017, click here.