Session Title

Shakespeare's Poems: Pre-Texts, Texts, and After-Texts

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Shakespeare at Kalamazoo

Organizer Name

Christina Gutierrez-Dennehy

Organizer Affiliation

Northern Arizona Univ.

Presider Name

Dianne Berg

Presider Affiliation

Clark Univ.

Paper Title 1

Our Shakespeare, Ourselves: Fannish Reading and the Problem of the Sonnets

Presenter 1 Name

Kavita Mudan Finn

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Independent Scholar

Paper Title 2

Amorous Discourses and Their Pre- (or Post-)Texts

Presenter 2 Name

Penny McCarthy

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Independent Scholar

Paper Title 3

A Parlement of Foules: Medieval Debates in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost

Presenter 3 Name

Mark Jones

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Trinity Christian College

Start Date

9-5-2019 3:30 PM

Session Location

Bernhard 106

Description

Shakespeare's Poems: Pre-Texts, Texts, and Aftertexts

Shakespeare’s sonnets and narrative poems have seen significantly less scholarly exploration than the playwright’s dramatic texts. Study of the non-dramatic poems facilitates exploration of a complex set of pre-texts and after-texts across disciplines, considering shifting narratives forms; connections between Shakespeare’s poems and his plays; the poems' relationships to other early modern writers’ verse works; and the scholarly arguments about the poems’ representation of early modern culture and/or Shakespeare’s biography. This panel includes papers that examine the poems as independent works of art, and/or puts them in conversation with early modern play texts or culture. Christina Gutierrez-Dennehy

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May 9th, 3:30 PM

Shakespeare's Poems: Pre-Texts, Texts, and After-Texts

Bernhard 106

Shakespeare's Poems: Pre-Texts, Texts, and Aftertexts

Shakespeare’s sonnets and narrative poems have seen significantly less scholarly exploration than the playwright’s dramatic texts. Study of the non-dramatic poems facilitates exploration of a complex set of pre-texts and after-texts across disciplines, considering shifting narratives forms; connections between Shakespeare’s poems and his plays; the poems' relationships to other early modern writers’ verse works; and the scholarly arguments about the poems’ representation of early modern culture and/or Shakespeare’s biography. This panel includes papers that examine the poems as independent works of art, and/or puts them in conversation with early modern play texts or culture. Christina Gutierrez-Dennehy