Shakespeare Association of America
 

Wednesday, 5 April

4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Advance Registration
Centennial Foyer, Lower Level 1

5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

General Business Meeting for all Members of the Shakespeare Association of America
Regency Ballroom VII, Lower Level 1
Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting.

6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

Cash Bar
Centennial Foyer, Lower Level 1
Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their registered guests.

7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Play Reading: A Game at Chess
Regency Ballroom V, Lower Level 1
Sponsored by Shakespeare Bulletin.
Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their guests.

 

THURSDAY, 6 APRIL

8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Registration
Centennial Foyer, Lower Level 1

Book Exhibits
Regency Ballroom VI, Lower Level 1

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Seminar: Accident and the Archives
Piedmont Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Megan Heffernan, DePaul University and Whitney Trettien, University of North Carolina

Piers  Brown, Kenyon College
Megan Cook, Colby College
David George, Urbana University
Adam Hooks, University of Iowa
Kathleen Lynch, Folger Institute
Jane Raisch, University of California, Berkeley
Jessica M. Rosenberg, University of Miami
Jessica Lynn Wolfe, University of North Carolina

Workshop: Adapting Shakespeare: Contemporary Theory and Practice
Grand Hall A, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Katherine Hennessey, American University of Kuwait and Paul Prescott, University of Warwick

Andrew Barnaby, University of Vermont
Katherine  Steele Brokaw, University of California, Merced
Lezlie C. Cross, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Douglas E. Green, Augsburg College
David W. Hartwig, Ohio State University, Lima
Diana E. Henderson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kristine A. Johanson, Universiteit van Amsterdam
James Lambert, Southern Virginia University
Toby Malone, University of Waterloo
Marcia A. McDonald, Belmont University
Sarah Neville, Ohio State University
Niamh J. O’Leary, Xavier University
Ryan Singh Paul, Texas A&M University, Kingsville
Nora Williams, Exeter, UK
Jayme M. Yeo, Belmont University

Seminar: Afterlives of Medieval Drama
Baker Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Katharine Goodland, College of Staten Island, CUNY

Daisy Black, Swansea University
Barbara Jane Bono, SUNY Buffalo
Sheila Claire Coursey, University of Michigan
Gina M. Di Salvo, University of Tennessee
Patrick Gray, Durham University
Peter Greenfield, University of Puget Sound
Karen Sawyer  Marsalek, Saint Olaf College
Halyna Olexiyivna Pastushuk, Ukranian Catholic University
Christina Romanelli, Meredith College
John  A. Warrick, University of Southern Mississippi
Lawrence Manley, Yale University

Seminar: All’s Well That Ends Well: New Approaches
Grand Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leader: Suzanne Gossett, Loyola University Chicago

Meghan C. Andrews, Lycoming College
Julie Crawford, Columbia University
Brett Gamboa, Dartmouth College
Oliver Morgan, Université de Genève
Subha Mukherji, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
Bernice M. Neal, York University
Bethany M. Packard, Transylvania University
Rachel Prusko, University of Alberta
Marsha S. Robinson, Clinton, WA
Marie Roche, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Kathleen Kalpin Smith, University of South Carolina, Aiken
Leslie Thomson, University of Toronto
Gillian Woods, Birkbeck College London

Seminar: Bloody Talk, Talking Blood
Hanover Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leader: Yan Brailowsky, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense

Robert Appelbaum, Uppsala Universitet
Frederika Bain, University of Hawai’i, Manoa
Ariane Marie Balizet, Texas Christian University
Jennifer Flaherty, Georgia College
Amy Kenny, University of California, Riverside
Devori Kimbro, Queen Creek, AZ
Andrew D. McCarthy, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
James N. Ortego, Troy University, Dothan
James W. Stone, American University
Catherine  E. Thomas, Georgia Gwinnett College
Penelope Meyers Usher, New York University
Andrea F. Van Nort,  Air Force Academy
Lauren Beth Weindling, University of Southern California

Seminar: Cognition in the Early Modern Period, Part One
Dunwoody Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Mary Crane, Boston College and Suparna Roychoudhury, Mount Holyoke College

Judith H. Anderson, Indiana University
Shani Bans, University College London
Brent Dawson, University of Oregon
Mary Floyd-Wilson, University of North Carolina
Peter T. Hadorn, University of Wisconsin, Platteville
James Kearney, University of California, Santa Barbara
Scott O’Neil, University of Rochester
Giulio Pertile,  Claremont McKenna College
Robert B. Pierce, Oberlin College
Pauline Reid, University of Denver
Jonathan Glenn Reinhardt, Cornell University
David Carroll Simon, University of Chicago
Travis D. Williams, University of Rhode Island

Seminar: Lyric Reading
Roswell Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Matthew P. Harrison, New York, NY and Lucia Martinez Valdivia, Reed College

Liza Blake, University of Toronto
Stephen Merriam Foley, Brown University
Jessie Hock, Vanderbilt University
Ruth Kaplan, Quinnipiac University
Lauren Shohet, Villanova University
Danila Sokolov, Wilfrid Laurier University
Christopher Warley, University of Toronto

Seminar: Mystery in Early Modern Drama
Grand Hall B, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Karen Britland, University of Wisconsin and Marshelle Woodward, Canisius College

Paul A. Cefalu, Lafayette College
Jason Crawford, Union University
Alan C. Dessen, University of North Carolina
Daniel R. Gibbons, Catholic University of America
Ani Govjian, University of North Carolina
Brian J. Harries, Concordia University Wisconsin
Paul Harrison, University of Toronto
Adam Hembree, University of Melbourne
Gillian Murray Kendall, Smith College
Elizabeth Mathie, University of Michigan
Michael West, Columbia University

Seminar: New Directions for Historicism
Inman Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Neema Parvini, University of Surrey

Joseph Bowling, Graduate Center, CUNY
Evelyn Gajowski, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
John C. Higgins, Case Western Reserve University
Ivan Lupic, Stanford University
Jürgen Pieters, Universiteit Gent
Philip Goldfarb Styrt, SUNY Geneseo

Seminar: Queer Theology in Shakespeare Studies
Courtland Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Melissa E. Sanchez, University of Pennsylvania

Evan Choate, Rice University
John Garrison, Carroll University
Marie E. Hause, Yale Divinity School
Paul J. Hecht,  Purdue University Northwest
Megan L. Herrold, University of Southern California
Russ Leo, Princeton University
David L. Orvis, Appalachian State University
Richard Rambuss, Brown University
William Stockton, Clemson University
Elizabeth Ashley Weckhurst, Harvard University
Melissa Welshans, Syracuse University

Seminar: Race and the Materiality of Early Modern Performance
Spring Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Miles P. Grier, Queens College, CUNY

Lisa M. Barksdale-Shaw, Saginaw Valley State University
Urvashi Chakravarty, George Mason University
Matthieu A. Chapman, Central Washington University
Carmen Marie Meza, Ohio State University
William Henry Steffen, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Sydnee Wagner, Graduate Center, CUNY

Seminar: The Soundscapes of Renaissance Prose
Hanover Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Kate De Rycker, Newcastle University and Jennifer Richards, Newcastle University

Mary Adams, Western Carolina University
Kristen Abbott Bennett, Stonehill College
Claire M. Busse, La Salle University
Robert Hornback, Oglethorpe University
Andy Kesson, Roehampton University
Daniel Knapper, Ohio State University
Eric D. Vivier, Mississippi State University
Louise Wilson, Liverpool Hope University

Seminar: Terrestrial Shakespeare
Hanover Hall F, Lower Level 2
Leader: Marjorie Rubright, University of Toronto

Julia Portia Mix Barrington, Boston University
Robin E. Bates, Lynchburg College
Roya  Biggie, Grinnell College
Jean Feerick, John Carroll University
Sarah E. R. Linwick, University of Michigan
Marianne Montgomery, East Carolina University
Thomas J. Moretti, Iona College
Jessie Herrada Nance, University of Oregon
Stephanie Shirilan, Syracuse University
Jennifer C. Vaught, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Daniel J. Vitkus, University of California, San Diego

Seminar: Testing Knowledge on Shakespeare’s Stage
Grand Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Benjamin V. Beier, Hillsdale College and Howard Marchitello, Rutgers University

Pavneet Singh Aulakh, Vanderbilt University
Callan Davies, University of Roehampton
Maria Devlin, Harvard University
Lars  Engle, University of Tulsa
Anthony George Faber, Université de Montréal
William M. Hamlin, Washington State University
Jordana Lise Lobo-Pires, University of Toronto
Shankar Raman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Lauren Robertson, Trinity Washington University
Tristan Alexander Samuk, University of Toronto
Richard Strier, University of Chicago
Suzanne M. Tartamella, Henderson State University
Katherine Nicole Walker, University of North Carolina

Seminar: Time Reckoning in Early Modern England
Hanover Hall E, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Alison Chapman, University of Alabama, Birmingham and Phebe Jensen,Utah State University

Deann Armstrong, Vanderbilt University
Jonathan Baldo, Eastman School of Music
Kenneth J. E. Graham, University of Waterloo
Christopher Holmes, SUNY Maritime College
Janelle Auriol Jenstad, University of Victoria
Samuel Kolodezh, University of California, Irvine
Sarah Lewis, King’s College London
Ian MacInnes, Albion College
Lindsay Erin Sherrier, Rice University
Dorothy R. Todd, University of Georgia

Practicum: Typography and the Material Text
Hanover Hall A/B, Lower Level 2
Leader: Erika Boeckeler, Northeastern University, with the assisatnce of Jonathan P. Lamb, University of Kansas

An introduction to early modern typography and book production, with a discussion of how technical knowledge in this field can be used in advanced research. Open to all registrants of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their registered guests.

10:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m.

Digital Exhibits
Regency Ballroom V, Lower Level 1

DH Shax: An Open-Source Textbook for Digital Methods in Shakespeare Studies
Vimala Pasupathi, Hofstra University
Emily Sherwood, Bucknell University
Heather Froehlich, University of Strathclyde

Digital Recipes and EMROC
Hillary Nunn, University of Akron
Rebecca Laroche, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Amy Tigner, University of Texas, Arlington

Digital Renaissance Editions: Critical Companion and Performance Database
Brett Greatley-Hirsch, University of Leeds
Sarah Neville, Ohio State University
Aaron T. Pratt, Trinity University

Early Modern London Theatres (EMLoT)
Tanya Hagen, University of Toronto
John Estabillo, University of Toronto

EarlyPrint: Curating and Text Mining Early Printed English
Anupam Basu, Washington University
Martin Mueller, Northwestern University
Joseph Loewenstein, Washington University

Play the Knave: Shakespeare Performance Videogame
Gina Bloom, University of California, Davis

Shakespeare and the Players: Digital Postcard Exhibit
Justin Shaw, Emory University
Sheila Cavanagh, Emory University

Visualizing English Print, 1450-1700
Jonathan Hope (University of Strathclyde)

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Meeting of the Executive Committee of the International Shakespeare Association
Executive Conference Suite 219

1:30 to 3:00 p.m.

Panel Session: NextGenPlen
Centennial Ballroom III and IV, Lower Level 1
Session Organizers: Members of the NextGenPlen Committee for 2017
Chair: Wendy Wall, Northwestern University

Sara B. T.  Thiel, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Performing Blackface Pregnancy at the Stuart Court: Queen Anna of Denmark and The Masque of Blackness

Rebecca L. Fall, Northwestern University
Nonsense and Rebellion

Amy Lidster, King’s College London
Shakespeare and the Implications of Paratextual Attribution

Kyle Grady, University of Michigan
Zora Neale Hurston and Humoral Theory: Comparing Racial Concepts from Early Modern England and Post-Abolition America

3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Film Screening: Hamlet: A Reinvention of the Tragedy with Puppets
Learning Center, Lower Level 1

Directed by Yuichi Abe and adapted by Harumo Sanzaki.

3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Workshop: Alternatives to the Term Paper
Grand Hall B, Lower Level 2
Leader: Nova Myhill, New College of Florida

Mara I. Amster, Randolph College
Dana E. Aspinall, Alma College
Anna Riehl Bertolet, Auburn University
Annette Drew-Bear, Washington and Jefferson College
Sarah E. Enloe, American Shakespeare Center
Natalie Katerina Eschenbaum, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
Daniel Gates, Saginaw Valley State University
Colleen E. Kennedy, University of Iowa
Natalie J. Loper, University of Alabama
Heather J. Murray, Coastal Pines Technical College
Kelly M. Neil, Spartanburg Methodist College
Kyle Sebastian Vitale, Folger Shakespeare Library

Seminar: Cognition in the Early Modern Period, Part Two
Dunwoody Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Mary Crane, Boston College and Suparna Roychoudhury, Mount Holyoke College

Sabina Amanbayeva, Rowan University
J. Bernard, Champlain College
Raz Chen-Morris, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Douglas Iain Clark, University of Sussex
Dori Coblentz, Emory University
Elise Denbo, Queensborough Community College, CUNY
Nicholas Ryan Helms, University of Alabama
Amina Tajbhai, Fordham University
Evelyn Tribble, University of Otago
Myra E. Wright, Bates College

Seminar: Early Modern Technologies of Space and Place
Grand Hall A, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Laura Williamson-Ambrose, Saint Mary’s College and Gavin Hollis, Hunter College, CUNY

Emma Katherine Atwood, University of Montevallo
Frederick Bengtsson, University of Kentucky
Andrew Bozio, Skidmore College
Holly E. Dugan, George Washington University
Darlene Farabee, University of South Dakota
Ari Friedlander, University of Mississippi
Susan Caroline Frye, University of Wyoming
Wendy Beth Hyman, Oberlin College
Alexander Paulsson Lash, Columbia University
Caro Pirri, Rutgers University
Gregory Sargent, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Robert Sawyer East, Tennessee State University
Jonathan A. Walker, Portland State University

Seminar: Forgotten Histories
Spring Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Marisa Cull, Randolph-Macon College

Mark Bayer, University of Texas, San Antonio
Meredith Beales, University of British Columbia
David M. Bergeron, University of Kansas
Richard Brucher, University of Maine
Regina Buccola, Roosevelt University
Edward Gieskes, University of South Carolina
Helen Hull, Queens University of Charlotte
Mira Assaf Kafantaris , Ohio State University
Joseph Mansky, University of California, Berkeley
Allison Machlis Meyer, Seattle University
Gaywyn E. Moore, Missouri Western State University
Christal Seahorn, University of Houston, Clear Lake
Christina M. Squitieri, New York University

Seminar: Global Othello
Piedmont Room, Lower Level 3
Organized by the European Shakespeare Research Association
Leaders: Juan F. Cerdá, University of Murcia and Douglas Lanier, University of New Hampshire

Emily C. Bartels, Rutgers University
Amy Bolis, University of Minnesota
Brinda Charry, Keene State College
William Germano, Cooper Union
Keith Jones, University of Northwestern, St. Paul
Erin Kathleen Kelly, Rutgers University
Maya Mathur, University of Mary Washington
Alfredo Michel Modenessi, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Sabine Schülting, Freie Universität Berlin
Virginia Vaughan, Clark University

Seminar: John Marston: New Directions
Hanover Hall E, Lower Level 2
Leader: Martin Butler, University of Leeds

James P. Bednarz, Long Island University
Patrick Cheney, Pennsylvania State University
Jason Gleckman, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Roze Hentschell, Colorado State University
Erin Julian, Western University
J. Kidnie, University of Western Ontario
John M. Kuhn, Wesleyan University
Joseph Navitsky, West Chester University
William Reginald Rampone, Jr., South Carolina State University
Sophie E. Tomlinson, University of Auckland
Katherine Schaap Williams, New York University, Abu Dhabi

Seminar: Lost Plays and Their Contexts
Grand Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Roslyn Knutson, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, David McInnis, University of Melbourne and Matthew Steggle, Sheffield Hallam University

Douglas H. Arrell, University of Winnipeg
Anston Bosman, Amherst College
William Ingram, University of Michigan
Laurie Johnson, University of Southern Queensland
David Kathman, Chicago, IL
Jeanne McCarthy, Georgia Gwinnett College
Alan H. Nelson, University of California, Berkeley
Kara Northway, Kansas State University
June Schlueter, Lafayette College
Elizabeth E. Tavares, Pacific University
Misha Teramura, Reed College
Paul Werstine, Western University
Paul Whitfield White, Purdue University

Workshop: Playwrights in Parts
Hanover Hall F, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Gwilym Jones, University of Westminster and Will Tosh, Shakespeare’s Globe Education

Nora L. Corrigan, Mississippi University for Women
Robert W. Jones, University of Texas, Austin
Stephen Longstaffe, University of Cumbria
Cass Morris, American Shakespeare Center
David Nicol, Dalhousie University

Seminar: Queer Meter
Hanover Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Scott A. Trudell, University of Maryland and Thomas Kingsley Dixon Ward, United States Naval Academy

Alicia Andrzejewski, Graduate Center, CUNY
Anthony Gerard Barthelemy, University of Miami
Barclay Green, Northern Kentucky University
Lenora Bellee Jones-Pierce, Emory University
Jeffrey Masten, Northwestern University
Dianne Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania
Colleen Rosenfeld, Pomona College
Christopher Shirley, Northwestern University

Seminar: Regulating Early Modern Women’s Bodies
Grand Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Jessica Murphy, University of Texas, Dallas and Elisa Oh, Howard University

Cristina León Alfar, Hunter College, CUNY
Lilly Berberyan, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Dianne Elizabeth Berg, Tufts University
Annelise Duerden, Washington University
Gayle Gaskill, Saint Catherine University
Loreen L. Giese, Ohio University
Sara D. Luttfring, Pennsylvania State University Erie, Behrend College
Kris McAbee, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Rebecca Olson, Oregon State University
James A. Rizzi, Tufts University
Elizabeth Valentina Steinway, Ohio State University
Heather Wicks, Purdue University
Amanda Zoch, Indiana University

Seminar: Shakespeare and Counterfeiting
Inman Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Derek Dunne, Université de Fribourg and Harry Rex Newman, Royal Holloway, University of London

Yasmin Arshad, University College London
Daniel Blank, Princeton University
Kathryn Crim, University of California, Berkeley
James Francis, George Washington University
Anthony Guneratne, Florida Atlantic University
Jane Elizabeth Kingsley-Smith, University of Roehampton
Chris Laoutaris, University of Birmingham
Alan Stewart, Columbia University
Maggie Vinter, Case Western Reserve University
Jane Wells, Muskingum University

Seminar: Shakespeare and Geek Culture
Courtland Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Andrew Hartley, University of North Carolina, Charlotte and Peter Holland, University of Notre Dame

G. Aune, California University of Pennsylvania
Keith M. Botelho, Kennesaw State University
Brandon Christopher, University of Winnipeg
Vernon Guy Dickson, Florida International University
Matt Kozusko, Ursinus College
James D. Mardock, University of Nevada, Reno
Ann M. Martinez, Kent State University, Stark
Jessica McCall, Delaware Valley College
Robert S. Miola, Loyola University Maryland
Kyle A. Pivetti, Norwich University
Johnathan Pope, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Grenfell Campus
Tyler Sasser, University of Alabama
Andrew Tumminia, Spring Hill College

Seminar: Shakespeare and the Creaturely World
Hanover Hall A/B, Lower Level 2
Leader: Rebecca Ann Bach, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Larry Bonds, McMurry University
Sonya Brockman, Adams State University
Stephanie Chamberlain, Southeast Missouri State University
Claire A. Dawkins, Stanford Online High School
John W. Ellis-Etchison, Rice University
Molly M. Hand, Florida State University
Frances L. Helphinstine, Morehead State University
Miriam Emma Jacobson, University of Georgia
Erin  K. Kelly, California State University, Chico
Michael Lutz, Indiana University
Nicole Mennell, University of Sussex
Jeanette  Nguyen Tran, Drake University

Workshop: Shakespeare by the Numbers
Baker Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Laura Estill, Texas A&M University and Eric Johnson, Folger Shakespeare Library

David J. Baker, University of North Carolina
Gina Bloom, University of California, Davis
Douglas Bruster, University of Texas, Austin
David Currell, American University of Beirut
Christy Desmet, University of Georgia
Amanda Henrichs, Indiana University
Jonathan R. Hope, University of Strathclyde
Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University
Danielle Rosvally, Burlington, MA

Seminar: Shakespeare, the Book and the Longue Durée
Hanover Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Jeffrey Todd Knight, University of Washington and Zachary Lesser, University of Pennsylvania

Joshua Calhoun, University of Wisconsin
Sarah Case, Princeton University
Alexandra Gillespie, University of Toronto
Lisa Gitelman, New York University
David Harper, United States Military Academy
András Kiséry, City College of New York, CUNY
Zoltán Márkus, Vassar College
David Nee, Harvard University
Barbara Sebek, Colorado State University
Adam Smyth, Balliol College, Oxford
Seth S. Williams, Columbia University

Seminar: Shakespearean Distortions of Early Modern Drama
Roswell Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Marissa Nicosia, Pennsylvania State University, Abington and Curtis Perry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Alan B. Farmer, Ohio State University
Brent Griffin, University of North Georgia
Heejin Kim, Florida State University
Andrew Miller, Princeton University
Nomie N’Diaye, Columbia University
Richard O’Brien, University of Birmingham
Aaron T. Pratt, Trinity University
Richard Preiss, University of Utah
Melissa Rohrer, University of Connecticut
Maria Shmygol, Université de Genève
Sarah Wall-Randell, Wellesley College

6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Annual Reception
Southern Exchange
The reception is open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their guests. Registrants and guests mush show SAA nametags to enter.

 

FRIDAY, 7 APRIL

7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

Shakespeare Yoga
Courtland Room, Lower Level 3
Led by Kate Moncrief, RYT-200 and Anya Riehl Bertolet, RYT-200: Vinyasa-style yoga class with a Shakespeare-inspired playlist.

Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their registered guests. All levels welcome; bring a mat, if possible.

7:30 to 9:00 a.m.

Breakfast Meeting for the Folger Library Teaching Shakespeare Program
Fairlie Room, Lower Level 3

8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Registration
Centennial Foyer, Lower Level 1

Book Exhibits
Regency Ballroom VI, Lower Level 1

8:00 to 9:00 a.m.

Trustee’s Breakfast  for Graduate Students
Regency Ballroom V, Lower Level 1
Open to all graduate student members.

Annual Meeting for Members of the International Shakespeare Association
Dunwoody Room, Lower Level 3

9:00 to 10:30 a.m.

Plenary Roundtable: Queer Natures: Bodies, Sexualities, Environments
Centennial Ballroom III and IV, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: Karen Raber
Chair: Mario DiGangi, Lehman College, CUNY

Joseph Campana, Rice University
Love in a Time of Swarm

Karen Raber, University of Mississippi
Equeer

Vin Nardizzi, University of British Columbia
Fruits and Vegetables

Laurie Shannon, Northwestern University
“Nature’s Changing Course”: The Question of Sonnet 18

10:30 to 11:00 a.m.

Coffee Break
Centennial Foyer and Regency Ballroom VI, Lower Level 1

11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Plenary Session: The Color of Membership
Centennial Ballroom III and IV, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: Arthur L. Little, Jr.
Chair: Michael Witmore, Folger Shakespeare Library

Dennis Austin  Britton, University of New Hampshire
“Ain’t She a Shakespearean?” Lessons from Giovanni on Shakespeare

Jean E. Howard, Columbia University
Self-Conscious Whiteness

Arthur L. Little, Jr., University of California, Los Angeles
What’s Shakespeare to Him or He to Shakespeare?

Joyce G. MacDonald, University of Kentucky
Race and the Making of Shakespeare

Jyotsna Singh, Michigan State University
“Colorblind”: Shakespearean Academia versus the Poetics of Diversity on the British Stage

1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

Annual Luncheon
Centennial Ballroom, Lower Level 1
President: Heather James, University of Southern California

Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting. Tickets for guests’ luncheons may be purchased at the registration tables (based on availability).

3:00 to 3:30 p.m.

Wine Pouring
Regency Ballroom, Lower Level One

To celebrate the launch of the New Oxford Shakespeare. Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their registered guests.

3:15 to 5:40 p.m.

Performance Screening: Questioning Heaven
Learning Center, Lower Level 1

A bangzi opera adaptation of King Lear by the Taiwan Bangzi Company starring Hailing Wang, written by Ching-Hsi Perng and Fang Chen and directed by Po-Shen Lu.

3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Seminar: Asia in the Making of Europe
Baker Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Su Fang Ng, University of Oklahoma and Carmen Nocentelli, University of New Mexico

Abdulhamit Arvas, Vassar College
Richmond Barbour, Oregon State University
Thea Buckley, University of Birmingham
Jennifer Feather, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Marion Hollings, Middle Tennessee State University
Daeyeong Kim, Stanford University
John Kunat, Sonoma State University
Mingjun Lu, University of Toronto
Rachana Sachdev, Susquehanna University
Amrita Sen, Oklahoma City University
Emily Soon, King’s College London
Melissa E. Walter, University of Fraser Valley

Workshop: Audience Engagement on the Shakespearean Stage
Hanover Hall A/B, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Pamela Allen Brown, University of Connecticut, Stamford and Nancy  Selleck, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Tom Bishop, University of Auckland
James C. Bulman, Allegheny College
Judith Petterson Clark, Stephens College
Tracy Clare Cummings, San Diego State University
Allison Kay Deutermann, Baruch College, CUNY
Liz Fox, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Elizabeth Hunter, Northwestern University
Marc Jason Juberg, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Thomas King, Brandeis University
Cynthia Lewis, Davidson College
Joan Pong Linton, Indiana University
Laury Magnus, United States Merchant Marine Academy
Bella Mirabella, New York University
Joseph Penczak, Westfield, NJ
Natalia Razak Wallace, American Shakespeare Center

Seminar: Cosmological Bodies
Roswell Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Darryl Chalk, University of Southern Queensland and Rebecca Totaro, Florida Gulf Coast University

Connie Bubash, Pennsylvania State University
Jacqueline Cowan, Stephen F. Austin State University
John Charles Estabillo, University of Toronto
Emily Griffiths Jones, University of South Florida
Kristen Poole, University of Delaware
Eve Preus, University of British Columbia
Megan Snell, University of Texas, Austin
Kay Stanton, California State University, Fullerton
Susan C. Staub, Appalachian State University

Workshop: A Digital Textbook for DH Shakespeare
Hanover Hall F, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Vimala Pasupathi, Hofstra University and Emily Sherwood, Bucknell University

Rob Carson, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Kristin Denslow, Southwestern Adventist University
Gregory A. Foran, Nazareth College
Heather Froehlich, University of Strathclyde
Jonathan H. Holmes, Central State University
M. Stephanie Murray, Carnegie Mellon University
Andie Silva, York College, CUNY
Emily Sugerman, Western University
Deborah Uman, Saint John Fisher College
Olga L. Valbuena, Wake Forest University
Greg Watkins, Stanford University
Austin Whitver, University of Alabama
Mary Erica Zimmer, Boston University

Seminar: Early Modern Trans*Historicity
Hanover Hall E, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Simone Chess, Wayne State University and Will Fisher, Lehman College, CUNY

Valerie C. Billing, Knox College
Ellen M. Caldwell, California State University, Fullerton
Amy Eisen Cislo, Washington University
Katharine Cleland, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Sonia Mitesh Desai, University of California, Irvine
Colby Gordon, Bryn Mawr College
Mark Albert Johnston, University of Windsor
Sawyer K. Kemp, University of California, Davis
Kathleen Long, Cornell University
Mary Janell Metzger, Western Washington University
Joseph M. Ortiz, University of Texas, El Paso
Anthony Guy Patricia, Concord University
Jess Pfeffer, Tufts University

Seminar: Home Ecologies
Grand Hall A, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Jennifer Munroe, University of North Carolina, Charlotte and Mary Trull, Saint Olaf College

Sallie Jean Anglin, Pennsylvania State University, Altoona
Benjamin Bertram, University of Southern Maine
Claire Duncan, University of Toronto
David B. Goldstein, York University
Christine Hoffmann, West Virginia University
Lalita Pandit Hogan, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
Shannon Elizabeth Kelley, Fairfield University
Rebecca Laroche, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Kent R. Lehnhof, Chapman University
Sara Morrison, William Jewell College
Hillary M. Nunn, University of Akron
Debapriya Sarkar, Hendrix College
Gitanjali Shahani, San Francisco State University
Jeffrey S. Theis, Salem State University
Amy L. Tigner, University of Texas, Arlington
Rob Wakeman, University of Maryland

Seminar: Law and Poetics in Shakespeare
Grand Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Penelope Geng, Macalester College and Rebecca Lemon, University of Southern California

Jami Lynn Ake, Washington University
Jessica Apolloni, Christopher Newport University
James P. Conlan, University of Puerto Rico
Kyle Diroberto, University of Arizona
Stephanie Elsky, University of Wisconsin
Marissa Greenberg, University of New Mexico
Rachel E. Holmes, University of Cambridge
Katharine Eisaman Maus, University of Virginia
Carla Beatriz Rosell, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Carolyn Sale, University of Alberta
Samantha Snively, University of California, Davis
Whitney Sperrazza, Indiana University
Kelly J. Stage, University of Nebraska
Lawrence N. Weiss, Statesboro, GA
Jessica Winston, Idaho State University

Seminar: Meta-Shakespeare
Grand Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leader: Katherine Attie, Towson University

Anthony Burton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Emily Coyle, Rutgers University
Jeffrey S. Doty, University of North Texas
Andrew Griffin, University of California, Santa Barbara
William R. Jones, Murray State University
Emily Elizabeth Kohlhase, University of Rochester
Nathaniel C. Leonard, Westminster College, Fulton
Genevieve Love, Colorado College
Erin Kathleen Minear, College of William and Mary
Mark Bradley Owen, Washtenaw Community College
Stephanie Pietros, College of Mount Saint Vincent
Shiladitya Sen, Montclair State University
Claire Sommers, Graduate Center, CUNY
Jan Stirm, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Deb Streusand, University of Texas, Austin

Seminar: Negative Affects in Shakespeare, Part One
Dunwoody Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Drew Daniel, Johns Hopkins University

Ronda Arab, Simon Fraser University
Christina Marie Carlson, Emerson College
James Funk, University of California, Irvine
Janine Harper, University of Toronto
Kimberly A. Huth, California State University, Dominguez Hills
Emily King, Louisiana State University
Sarah Shoshanna Kunjummen, University of Chicago
Melanie Catherine Lo, University of Colorado, Boulder
Elise Lonich Ryan, Columbus College of Art and Design
Carol Mejia-LaPerle, Wright State University
John M. Mucciolo, Chatham, NJ
Joel Elliot Slotkin, Towson University
Richard van Oort, University of Victoria
Christine Varnado, SUNY Buffalo
Paul Joseph Zajac, McDaniel College

Seminar: Performance and the Paper Stage, 1640-1695
Spring Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Emma Lesley Depledge, Université de Fribourg and Rachel J. Willie, Liverpool John Moores University

Claire Bowditch, Loughborough University
Francis X. Connor, Wichita State University
Heidi C. Craig, University of Toronto
Christopher Highley, Ohio State University
Elaine Hobby, Loughborough University
Newton Key, Eastern Illinois University
Justin Kuhn, Ohio State University
Christopher Matusiak, Ithaca College
Ann Pleiss Morris, Ripon College
Stephen Watkins, University of Southampton

Seminar: Renaissance Afterlives Revisited
Hanover Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Chloe Kathleen Preedy, University of Exeter and Joseph Sterrett, Aarhus Universitet

Kristen Aldebol-Hazle, Clemson University
Charles Conaway, University of Southern Indiana
Hank Dobin, Washington and Lee University
Joseph Paul Haughey, Northwest Missouri State University
Jennifer Low, Florida Atlantic University
Agnes Matuska, Szegedi Tudományegyetem
David C. Moberly, University of Minnesota
Monique Pittman, Andrews University
Darlena Ciraulo, University of Central Missouri

Seminar: Shakespeare and Black America
Courtland Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Patricia Cahill, Emory University and Kim F. Hall, Barnard College

Patricia Akhimie, Rutgers University, Newark
Vanessa Corredera, Andrews University
Ambereen Dadabhoy, Harvey Mudd College
Eric L. De Barros, Clark University
Emily M. N. Kugler, Howard University
Lynn M. Maxwell, Spelman College
Nedda Mehdizadeh, University of California, Los Angeles
Elizabeth J. Rivlin, Clemson University
Jessica Anne Walker, Alabama A&M University
Emily Weissbourd, Lehigh University
Laura Lehua Yim, San Francisco State University

Seminar: Shakespeare and Middleton
Inman Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Rory Loughnane, University of Kent

Amy K. Burnette, Syracuse University
Tracey Hill, Bath Spa University
Mark Kaethler, Medicine Hat College
Gretchen E. Minton, Montana State University
Gregory M. Schnitzspahn, Lesley University
Jesús Tronch- Pérez, Universitat de València

Seminar: Shakespeare in the Anthropocene
Grand Hall B, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Craig Dionne, Eastern Michigan University and Lowell Duckert, West Virginia University

Todd Andrew Borlik, University of Huddersfield
Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, George Washington University
Sarah Crover, University of British Columbia
Shannon Jane Garner-Balandrin, Northeastern University
Justin Barnes Kolb, American University in Cairo
Steve Mentz, Saint John’s University
John A. Mitchell, Oakland Community College
Sharon O’Dair, University of Alabama
McKenna Suzanne Rose, Emory University
Molly E. Seremet, Mary Baldwin College
Ameer Sohrawardy, Rutgers University, Newark
Steven Swarbrick, Tulane University
Charles Whitney, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Seminar: Shakespeare, Memory, and Performance
Hanover Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leader: Lina Perkins, Wilder Connecticut College

Susan Bennett, University of Calgary
Amy Cooper, Rutgers University
John D. Cox, Hope College
Michael Dobson, Shakespeare Institute
Stuart Hampton-Reeves, University of Central Lancashire
Jennifer R. Holl, Rhode Island College
Allison Kellar, Wingate University
Catherine Loomis, University of New Orleans
Gemma Miller, King’s College London
Kathryn Prince, University of Ottawa
Adam Rzepka, Montclair State University
Lisa S. Starks, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg
John C. Tompkins, Purdue University

Seminar: Traces of Reading in Shakespeare’s Britain
Piedmont Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Rebecca Munson, Princeton University and Philip Palmer, University of California, Los Angeles

Harriet Archer, University of Colorado, Boulder
James E. Berg, Middlebury College
Heidi Brayman, University of California, Riverside
Erin McCarthy, National University of Ireland, Galway
Kirk Melnikoff, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Jen Mylander, San Francisco State University
Emily Elizabeth Rendek, University of South Carolina
Michael Timothy Sirles, Middle Tennessee State University
Matthew Symonds, University College London
Cordelia Zukerman, United States Military Academy, West Point

6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

Meeting of the Editorial Board of Shakespeare Quarterly
Vinings Room, Lower Level 3

9:00 to 11:30 p.m.

Performance Screening: The Tempest
Centennial Ballroom IV, Lower Level 1
Directed by Gregory Doran for the Royal Shakespeare Company, in partnership with Intel and The Imaginarium and starring Simon Russell Beale (2016).

Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their registered guests.

SATURDAY, 8 APRIL

7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

Shakespeare Yoga
Courtland Room, Lower Level 3
Led by Kate Moncrief, RYT-200 and Anya Riehl Bertolet, RYT-200: Vinyasa-style yoga class with a Shakespeare-inspired playlist. 

Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their guests. All levels welcome; bring a mat, if possible.

7:30 to 9:00 a.m.

Breakfast for the Editorial Board of the Internet Shakespeare
Dunwoody Room, Lower Level 3.

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Information
Centennial Foyer, Lower Level 1

Book Exhibits
Regency Ballroom VI, Lower Level 1

9:00 to 10:30 a.m.

Panel Session: Feminist Formalism in Early Modern Literary Studies
Centennial I, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: Jennifer Higginbotham
Chair: Evelyn Gajowski, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Michelle M. Dowd, University of Alabama
Judith Shakespeare’s Brother

Jennifer Higginbotham, Ohio State University
The End of Women’s Writing

Lara Dodds, Mississippi State University
Margaret Cavendish’s Forms and Fancies

Panel Session: Shared Archives, New Methods: Book History and Theater History
Centennial IV, Lower Level 1
Session Organizers: Claire Bourne and Tara Lyons
Chair: Lucy Munro, King’s College London

Tamara Atkin,  Queen Mary, London
Remediating Sixteenth-Century Drama: Gismond of Salerne in Script and Print

Claire M. L. Bourne, Pennsylvania State University
Asides: Performance and Print

Tara L. Lyons, Illinois State University
Drama Collections: Archives of Performance to Print

W. B. Worthen, Barnard College
Machining Performance

Lori Humphrey Newcomb, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Plays, Ballads, and the Cycle of Remediation

Helen M. Ostovich, McMaster University
A Response

Panel Session: Shakespearean Fandom in a Digital Age
Regency VII, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer and Chair: Louise Geddes, Adelphi University

Sujata Iyengar, University of Georgia
Shakespeare and the Transformative Principle

Stephen O’Neill, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Shakespeare / Hiddleston / Coriolanus: Rhizomatic Crossings in Fanfiction

Valerie Fazel, Arizona State University
A Network of Our Own: Shakespeare and the Acafan

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Workshop for Teachers
Regency V, Lower Level 1
Sarah Enloe, American Shakespeare Centre
With actors from the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse

Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting and their registered guests.

10:30 to 11:00 a.m.

Coffee Break
Centennial Foyer and Regency Ballroom VI, Lower Level 1

11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Panel Session: Imitatio Redux, or, Rethinking Sources and Influences
Centennial I, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: Laurie Maguire
Chair: Urvashi Chakravarty, George Mason University

James McBain, Université de Fribourg
“To recreate owre selves”: Academic Drama and Imitation

Gary Taylor, Florida State University
Who Read What When? Bad Data, Bad Quartos, Bad Chronologies, Bad Attributions

Laurie Maguire, University of Oxford
Stage Networks: Othello, Volpone, and King Lear

Roundtable: Shakespeare after Materialism
Centennial IV, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: James A. Knapp
Chair: Patricia  Akhimie, Rutgers University, Newark

Jennifer Waldron, University of Pittsburgh
Post-Reformation Materialisms

Chloe Porter, University of Sussex
Insubstantial Materiality

David Hawkes, Arizona State University
Towards an Ethics of Representation

Henry Turner, Rutgers University
Materialism, Idealism, Realism

James A. Knapp, Loyola University Chicago
After Materialism: Beyond the Dualist Opposition? 

12:30 to 2:00 p.m.

Luncheon Meeting for the Arden Shakespeare Series
Fairlie Room, Lower Level 3

12:45 to 1:45 p.m.

Interview: The Fortunes of the Moor
Regency V, Lower Level 1

Carlton Molette, interviewed by R. Candy Tate, Emory College’s Center for Creativity and Arts. A discussion of Black American theater and of the Othello sequel authored by Carlton and Barbara Molette. With rare archival clips.

2:00 to 3:30 p.m.

Panel Session: Kinetic Shakespeare
Regency VII, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: Linda McJannet
Chair: Sheila T. Cavanagh, Emory University

Amy Rodgers, Mount Holyoke College
What Is Kinetic Shakespeare?

Emily Winerock, University of Pittsburgh
“Walk softly, and look sweetly, and say nothing”: Female Agency on the Early Modern Dance Floor

Elizabeth Klett, University of Houston, Clear Lake
Or Not to Be: Dancing beyond Hamlet in Christopher Wheeldon’s Misericordes/Elsinore

Linda McJannet, Bentley University
Hybrid Shakespeare: Physical Theatre Adaptations

Roundtable: Shakespeare and Archaeology: The Theatre to New Place
Centennial IV, Lower Level 1
Roundtable Organizer: Franklin Hildy
Moderator: Kate Giles

Paul Edmondson, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
New Place

Kate Giles, University of York
The Guild Hall at Stratford-on-Avon

Johanna Schmitz, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
The Rose Revealed Project

Franklin Hildy, University of Maryland
The Hope, the Theatre, and the Curtain

Panel Session: Temporalities and Technologies
Centennial I, Lower Level 1
Session Organizer: Alice Dailey
Chair: William Germano, Cooper Union

Rebecca Bushnell, University of Pennsylvania
Gaming Shakespeare: The History Play as Cybertext

Alice Dailey, Villanova University
Little, Little Graves: Shakespeare’s Photographs of Richard II

Alan Galey, University of Toronto
Moving Parts: Digital Shakespeare Texts and the Temporality of Artifacts

4:00 to 5:30 p.m.

Performance Screening: Sintang Dalisay (Pure Love)
Learning Center, Lower Level 1

Based on G. D. Roke’s early 20th-century Ang Sintang Dalisay ni Julieta at Romeo, a Filipino metrical romance, performed by Tanghalang Ateneo, directed by Ricardo G. Abad, with music by Pedro Abraham, Jr. and choreography by Matthew Santamaria (2010).

4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Seminar: Beyond Shakespeare’s Genres
Grand Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Jane Hwang Degenhardt, University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Cyrus G. Mulready, SUNY New Paltz

Charlotte Artese, Agnes Scott College
Peter Berek, Amherst College
Lara Bovilsky, University of Oregon
David Sterling Brown, University of Arizona
Loren Cressler, University of Texas, Austin
Patrick Colm Hogan, University of Connecticut
Naomi Conn Liebler, Montclair State University
Aileen Liu, University of California, Berkeley
Lucy Munro, King’s College London
James Trygve Newlin, Case Western Reserve University
Meg Pearson, University of West Georgia
Tanya Pollard, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Matthew J. Smith, Azusa Pacific University
Matthew M. Thiele, Glenville State College
Valerie Wayne, University of Hawai’i
Michael Witmore, Folger Shakespeare Library

Seminar: Commonplacing Shakespeare, Past and Present
Roswell Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Jesse Lander, University of Notre Dame

Faith Acker, Greenville, TN
John Henry Adams, Arizona State University
Rachael Faith Hilliard, Fordham University
Matthew Hunter, Saint Joseph’s University
Joanna Rowe, University of Connecticut
Katherine West Scheil, University of Minnesota
Andrea R. Stevens, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Seminar: Disability and Subjectivity in Shakespeare
Baker Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Wes Folkerth, McGill University

Susan L. Anderson, Leeds Trinity University
Hanh Bui, Brandeis University
Rachel Ellen Clark, Wartburg College
Andrea Crow, Columbia University
Amrita Dhar, University of Michigan
Leslie C. Dunn, Vassar College
Melissa Hull Geil, University of North Carolina
Caroline Dodge Latta, Columbia College Chicago
Sonya Freeman Loftis, Morehouse College
Mardy Philippian, Lewis University
Katey E. Roden, Gonzaga University
Jose Villagrana, University of California, Berkeley

Seminar: Diversifying the Field of Shakespeare Performance
Courtland Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Ruben Espinosa, University of Texas, El Paso and Carla Della Gatta, University of Southern California

Thomas Cartelli, Muhlenberg College
Andrew Michael Darr, University of Missouri
Adrienne L. Eastwood, San Jose State University
Barbara Fuchs, University of California, Los Angeles
Leticia Concepcion Garcia, University of California, Irvine
Lori Leigh, Victoria University of Wellington
Bryan Daniel Nakawaki, Purdue University
Robert Ormsby, Memorial University of Newfoundland
John Ray Proctor, Tulane University
Kevin Quarmby, Oxford College of Emory University
Ayanna Thompson, George Washington University
Geoffrey Way, Washburn University

Seminar: Early Modern Performance beyond Drama
Grand Hall A, Lower Level 2
Leaders: Ineke Murakami, SUNY Albany and Donovan Sherman, Seton Hall University

Thomas Anderson, Mississippi State University
Devin L. Byker, Boston University
Matthew Charles Carter, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Jane Clay, Saint John’s University
Katherine Hunt, University of Oxford
Siobhan C. Keenan, De Montford University
Erin E. Kelly, University of Victoria
Laura E. Levine, New York University
Matthew D. Lillo, Fordham University
Erika  T. Lin, Graduate Center, CUNY
Ellen MacKay, Indiana University
Sarah Mayo, University of Georgia
Maria Teresa Prendergast, College of Wooster
Andrew Sofer, Boston College
Paul J. Stapleton, University of North Carolina
Simone Waller, Northwestern University

Seminar: Finding Fletcher
Hanover Hall E, Lower Level 2
Leader: Sarah Johnson, Royal Military College of Canada

Joyce Boro, Université de Montréal
Andrew R. Bretz, Wilfrid Laurier University
Jennifer Drouin, University of Alabama
Sonja Kleij, Queen’s University Belfast
Elizabeth Zeman Kolkovich, Ohio State University
Stephanie L. Kucsera, Loyola University Chicago
Jeremy Lopez, University of Toronto
Marie Helena Loughlin, University of British Columbia, Okanagan
Andrew Mattison, University of Toledo
Gordon McMullan, King’s College London
José A. Pérez Díez, University of Leeds
Rachel E. Poulsen, Edgewood College
Michael M. Wagoner, Florida State University

Seminar: Hamlet: Shifting Perspectives
Grand Hall D, Lower Level 2
Leader: Sonia Massai, King’s College London

Pompa Banerjee, University of Colorado, Denver
Jay Farness, Northern Arizona University
Imtiaz Habib, Old Dominion University
Madiha Hannachi, Université de Montréal
Susan Harlan, Wake Forest University
Elizabeth A. Hutcheon, Huntingdon College
Fayaz Kabani, Allen University
Charles Adams Kelly, University of Michigan
Amir Khan, LNU-MSU College of International Business
Frederick Paul Kiefer, University of Arizona
Caitlin McHugh, Metropolitan State University
Kathryn M. Moncrief, Washington College
Kaara L. Peterson, Miami University of Ohio
Jean Peterson, Bucknell University
Donna G. Young, Oklahoma Baptist University

Seminar: Material Texts and Digital Interfaces
Hanover Hall F, Lower Level 2
Leader: Sarah Werner, Washington, DC

Anupam Basu, Washington University
Emily Isaacson, Heidelberg University
Noam Tzvi Lior, University of Toronto
Elizabeth Pentland, York University
Scott Schofield, Huron University College
Margaret Simon, North Carolina State University

Seminar: Metropolitan Shakespeare
Hanover Hall C, Lower Level 2
Leader: Nina Levine, University of South Carolina

Walter W. Cannon, Central College Iowa
Laurie Ellinghausen, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Musa Gurnis, Washington University
Drew Heverin, University of Kentucky
Heather Anne Hirschfeld, University of Tennessee
Arthur MacConochie, Boston University
Roderick H. McKeown, University of Toronto
Vanessa L. Rapatz, Ball State University
James R. Siemon, Boston University
Christi Spain-Savage, Siena College
Cristine M. Varholy, Hampden-Sydney College
Adam Zucker, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Seminar: Negative Affects in Shakespeare, Part Two
Dunwoody Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Drew Daniel, Johns Hopkins University

Megan Elizabeth Allen, Washington University
Adhaar Noor Desai, Bard College
David Hershinow, Princeton University
Maurice Hunt, Baylor University
Kelly Lehtonen, Pennsylvania State University
Theodore Leinwand, University of Maryland
Jennifer Lillian Lodine-Chaffey, Washington State University
Eon Joo Park, University of Buffalo
Tripthi Pillai, Coastal Carolina University
Emily Shortslef, University of Kentucky
John D. Staines, John Jay College, CUNY
Kathryn Swanton, Baruch College, CUNY
Jessica Tabak, Providence College
Emily Vasiliauskas, Williams College

Seminar: New Shakespearean Economies
Hanover Hall A/B, Lower Level 2
Leaders: William Junker, University of Saint Thomas and Laura E. Kolb, Baruch College, CUNY

Jennifer Black, Boise State University
Casey Caldwell, Northwestern University
Rana Choi, University of Chicago
Ann C. Christensen, University of Houston
Nicole V. Edge, University of Calgary
Donald Hedrick, Kansas State University
Matthew J. Kendrick, William Paterson University
Bradley David Ryner, Arizona State University
Kathryn Vomero Santos, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi
Stephen Spencer, Graduate Center, CUNY
Robin Scott Stewart, University of California, Irvine
Benjamin D. VanWagoner, Columbia University
Jordan Windholz, Saint Joseph University

Seminar: Shakespeare and Film Form
Grand Hall B, Lower Level 2
Leader: Courtney Lehmann, University of the Pacific

Mark Thornton Burnett, Queen’s University Belfast
Maurizio Calbi, University of Salerno
Jim Casey, Arcadia University
Jacob Claflin, Idaho State University
Melissa Croteau, California Baptist University
Peter S. Donaldson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael D. Friedman, University of Scranton
Bill Kerwin, University of Missouri
Ana Laura Magis Weinberg, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
James J. Marino, Cleveland State University
Laurie E. Osborne, Colby College
Gregory Semenza, University of Connecticut
Garrett A. Sullivan, Pennsylvania State University
Kristina Sutherland, University of Georgia

Seminar: Shakespeare and Medical Humanities
Hanover Hall D
Leaders: Emily Detmer-Goebel, Northern Kentucky University and Richelle Munkhoff, University of Colorado

Cora Fox,  Arizona State University
Perry D. Guevara, Dominican University of California
Ross M. Knecht, Emory University
Marianne Novy, University of Pittsburgh
Nancy L. Simpson-Younger, Pacific Lutheran University
Geraldo U. De Sousa, University of Kansas
Sarah Sutherland, Mount Holyoke College
Jennie Marie Votava, Allegheny College
Paul Yachnin, McGill University

Seminar: Shakespearean Migrants, Immigrants, Exiles, and Refugees
Inman Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Scott Oldenburg, Tulane University

Kevin Michael Chovanec, University of North Carolina
Ton Hoenselaars, Utrecht University
Susan G. O’Malley, Graduate Center, CUNY
David Ruiter, University of Texas, El Paso
Michael Shumway, Wayne State University
Amy L. Smith, Kalamazoo College

Seminar: Theatrical Historiography
Spring Room, Lower Level 3
Leaders: Richard Schoch, Queen’s University Belfast and Amanda Louise Eubanks Winkler, Syracuse University

Clara Calvo, Universidad de Murcia
Rinku Chatterjee, Bellevue College
Lauren Eriks Cline, University of Michigan
Anne F. Gossage, Eastern Kentucky University
Sharon J. Harris, Fordham University
Cary M. Mazer, University of Pennsylvania
Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, Linfield College
Amanda Kay Ruud, University of Southern California
Denise Walen, Vassar College

Seminar: Women, Performance, and the Dramatic Canon
Piedmont Room, Lower Level 3
Leader: Clare McManus, University of Roehampton

Roberta Barker, Dalhousie University
Morwenna Carr, University of Roehampton
Brian P. Chalk, Manhattan College
Catherine R. Clifford, Graceland University
Samantha Dressel, University of Rochester
Melinda Gough, McMaster University
Gabriella Infante, King’s College London
Eder Jaramillo, University of Nebraska
Natasha Korda, Wesleyan University
Katherine Larson, University of Toronto
Caitlin Anne Thompson, University of Toronto
Deanne Williams, York University
Susanne L. Wofford, New York University

6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

Reception: Scholars of Color Social
Centennial Ballroom II, Lower Level 1
Co-sponsored by the Folger Shakespeare Library. Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifty Annual Meeting and their registered guests.

9:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Singalong: West Side Story
Centennial Ballroom IV, Lower Level 1
Open to all registrants for the Forty-Fifty Annual Meeting and their guests.

10:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.

The Dance
Centennial Ballroom III, Lower Level 1
With a cash bar.
Sponsored by the SAA and the Malone Society. Tickets are available at the registration tables and at the door.