Event Title

Shakespeare Appropriation and Cultural Capital

Location

157A Student Union (Endeavor Room)

Start Date

21-10-2016 3:15 PM

End Date

21-10-2016 4:45 PM

Description

Panel chair: Emily Isaacson, Heidelberg University

  •  Jim Casey, Arcadia University, “Bless thee, Shakespeare, bless thee! Thou art translated”
  • David McAvoy, Miami University, “My profit on’t is, I know how to curse”: Shakespearean Sassiness as Economy of Power”
  • John Higgins, Case Western Reserve, “Cultural capital and the production of value in Shakespeare in Love and Duck Tales


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Oct 21st, 3:15 PM Oct 21st, 4:45 PM

Shakespeare Appropriation and Cultural Capital

157A Student Union (Endeavor Room)

Panel chair: Emily Isaacson, Heidelberg University

  •  Jim Casey, Arcadia University, “Bless thee, Shakespeare, bless thee! Thou art translated”
  • David McAvoy, Miami University, “My profit on’t is, I know how to curse”: Shakespearean Sassiness as Economy of Power”
  • John Higgins, Case Western Reserve, “Cultural capital and the production of value in Shakespeare in Love and Duck Tales