Archived News and Calls for Papers
- June 10-14, 2020 — The Historical Dance Symposium in Rothenfels, Germany – CANCELED
- 31 May 2020 — Call for Papers for the “Shakespeare and Dance” special issue of Shakespeare Jahrbuch
- May 13, 2020 — “Shakespeare and Dance: An Afternoon Symposium” at the University of California at Irvine, speakers include Brandon Shaw and Lar Lubovitch – CANCELED
- April 24-26, 2020 — The German Shakespeare Association’s “Shakespeare and Dance” conference in Bochum, Germany – CANCELED
- April 18, 2020 and August 2020 — The Historical Dance Society’s ““An Elizabethan Revel” and the annual Summer School – CANCELED
- April 15-18, 2020 — Shakespeare Association of America conference in Denver, Colorado – CANCELED
- April 2-4, 2020 — Renaissance Association of America conference in Philadelphia – CANCELED
- 17 February 2020 — Call for Proposals for the Dance Studies Association conference in Vancouver (October 15-18, 2020)
- December 31, 2019 — Deadline for proposals for the German Shakespeare Association’s “Shakespeare and Dance” conference in Bochum, Germany (April 24-26)
- 15 August 2019 — Call for papers for the Renaissance Society of America conference in Philadelphia, 2-4 April 2020
- 1 June 2019 — Call for contributions for the Historical Dance Symposium in Burg Rothenfels am Main, Germany, 10-14 June 2020
- April 7, 2019 — Emily Winerock will deliver the 28th McElroy Lecture at Loyola University: “Mischief and Modesty in Measure: Making Much Ado about Movement in Shakespeare’s Plays.” 7:30 PM, Loyola University, Free and open to the public.https://mcelroyshakespeare.wixsite.com/loyolauniversity/2019mcelroycelebration
- 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.
- 28 January 2019 — Call for proposals deadline for the Dance Studies Association conference to be held in Chicago, 8-11 August 2019
- December 15, 2018 — Deadline for abstracts for the upcoming ESRA (European Shakespeare Research Association) to be held in Rome at Roma Tre Univer (July 2019) – http://esra2019.it/seminars/. Nancy Isenberg is convening a seminar with Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau and Adina Bottez on Remappings and New Centerings of Shakespeare on the Opera-Musical and Ballet-Dance Stages.
- 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
- 31 May 2018 — Call for proposals deadline for the European Shakespeare Research Association conference to be held in Rome, 9-12 July 2019.
- 11 April 2018 — Sidia Fiorato presented a talk at IULM University in Milan on McMillan’s ballet of Romeo and Juliet as part of a workshop on law and the image. It was livestreamed on https://www.youtube.com/uniiulm.
- 28-31 March 2018 — Amy Rodgers co-led the seminar “Scholar-Practitioner Shakespeare” at the Shakespeare Association of America conference in Los Angeles.
- 28-31 March 2018 — Linda McJannet contributed a paper to the very popular SAA research seminar on Macbeth: “Stasis, (Dis)Placement, and Embodiment: Staging the Witches’ Dances in Macbeth.”
- 22-24 March 2018 — Emily Winerock presented a paper in one of the two “New Directions in Early Dance Studies” panels at the Renaissance Society of America conference in New Orleans.
- 15 February 2018 — Call for proposals deadline for the American Historical Association conference to be held in Chicago, 3-6 January 2019.
- 4-7 January 2018 — Emily Winerock presented on an all-dance panel, “Dancing Reformers or Reformed Dancers? Dance, Religion, and Gender in the Reformation,” at the American Historical Association annual meeting in Washington, DC.
- 11 December 2017 — Call for proposals deadline for Dance Studies Association conference to be held in Valletta, Malta, 5-8 July 2018. The theme is “Contra: Dance & Conflict,” with particular interest in interactions between dance and other performing arts disciplines, texts, and academic discourses. Abstracts of Proposals are to be submitted to proposals.sdhscordconference.org. Information for graduate student awards, debut panels, and travel support, as well as full conference proposal guidelines is available on the conference website at: http://sdhscordconference.org/2018-DSA-Conference
- 1 December 2017 — Deadline for NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts 2018-19 fellowships. See https://balletcenter-nyu.fluidreview.com/. Nancy Isenberg reports that the Center has a broad view of what they’re looking for in project proposals and that the support is generous.
- 19-22 October 2017 — Linda McJannet, Emily Winerock, and Elizabeth Klett presented on the panel “Transmitting/Transforming Tradition: Maypoles, Gypsies, and Gender in Dances for Shakespeare” at the Dance Studies Association (DSA) Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
- September, 2017 — Nancy Isenberg received a fellowship from the NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts for this semester.
- 27-30 July 2017 — Amy Rodgers and Nancy Isenberg presented on the panel “Now Let Us Anatomize Shakespeare: Shakespeare-Inspired Ballets in European Ballet Companies” at ESRA in Gdansk.
- 22-24 June 2017 — Linda McJannet presented at the Shakespearean Theatre Conference, “Shakespeare 401: What’s Next?” in Stratford, Ontario. Her paper was entitled “Embodying the Sea: Shakespeare and Physical Theatre.”
- 3-5 May 2017 — Linda McJannet presented at SEDERI 28, the annual conference of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies, University of Vigo, Pontevedra, Spain. The theme of the conference was “Transcultural Bridges: Seas, Town, and Texts in Early Modern England,” and her paper was entitled “Choreographic Bridges: Then and Now.”
- 23 February 2017 — Julia Buhrle (Oxford) presented a lecture on twentieth-century choreographer, John Cranko. Sponsored by DANSOX. John Cranko (1927-1973) was a South African born ballet dancer and choreographer with the Royal Ballet and the Stuttgart Ballet. His most famous “literary” ballets include Romeo and Juliet (1962), with music by Prokofiev, and The Taming of the Shrew (1969). Drinks reception after the event. Free and open to all. Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, Cowley Place, Oxford, United Kingdom. Thu, 17:30 – 20:30 GMT.
- 14 December 2016 — Linda McJannet presented a plenary lecture at “O! had I but followed the Arts: Celebrating William Shakespeare 1616-2016),” a conference sponsored by ULICES, the University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies, in Lisbon, Portugal. Her talk was entitled “Shakespeare and Physical Theatre: The Adaptations of John Farmanesh-Bocca and Not Man Apart.”
- 20 November 2016 — Call for Papers for “Now Let Us Anatomize Shakespeare: Shakespeare-Inspired Ballets in European Ballet Companies” for the European Shakespeare Research Association conference, July 27-30, 2017, Gdansk. Convenor: Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau, University of Paris-Est Créteil. Details at http://esra2017.eu.
- July 31 – August 6 2016 — Nona Monahin and Emily Winerock led a workshop, ” Re-creating Shakespeare’s Dances,” and Amy Rodgers and Linda McJannet led a seminar, “Creating and Re-creating Shakespeare,” at the 10th World Shakespeare Congress in Stratford-Upon-Avon and London.
- 24-26 March 2016 — Susan Dibble, Linda McJannet, and Emily Winerock led a workshop, “Approaching Dance in Shakespeare: Text, Context, Performance,” at the Shakespeare Association of America conference in New Orleans.
- 18-20 June 2015 — Nona Monahin and Emily Winerock presented the panel “Shakespeare and the Language of the Dance” at the Shakespearean Theatre Conference in Stratford, Ontario.
- 26-28 March 2015 — Linda McJannet, Emily Winerock, and Amy Rodgers presented the panel “The Shakespeare and Dance Project: Three Views of Dancing in Romeo and Juliet” at the Renaissance Society of America conference in Berlin.
Updated July 28, 2020.