February, 2019: The long awaited Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance Has appeared! Edited by Project Associates Lynsey McCulloch and Brandon Shaw, it contains essays by our three Co-Directors and by many other of our Associates and dance studies colleagues. This beautifully illustrated collection is a major contribution to our growing field. Congratulations to all!
April 5, 2019: The Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, is hosting an all-day symposium entitled “Medieval and Early Modern Dance in the Book.” The event will include lectures, a session with rare books, a demonstration of Baroque dance, and a performance by the Newberry Consort. Free and open to the public, but registration is required. Visit http//www.newberry.org/04052019-medieval-and-early-modern-dance-book.
5-8 July 2018 — Emily Winerock, Linda McJannet, Nona Monahin, Anne Daye, and Nancy Isenberg, presented papers at the Dance Studies Association conference in Malta, hosted by Brandon Shaw
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