Posted: 19 May 2012
Roehampton lecturers Keren Zaiontz, Lecturer of Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies and P.A.Skantze who directs, writes and teaches theatre and performance as Reader in Performance Practices are among speakers at a two day symposium on intercultural Shakespearean performance. This symposium will engage with the contemporary performance of Shakespeare in translation, Shakespearean adaptation and other Shakespeare influenced narratives and texts.
As part of this symposium, there will also be a seminar on 'Transnational' performance in the early modern period.
*On Friday the symposia will be followed by an evening reception.
*On Saturday there is an optional visit see a Globe to Globe production.
For more information go to http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/education/events/symposia-conferences
Lecturer is appointed to advise the Scottish Government on human rights
A Senior Law Lecturer at the University of Roehampton has been appointed as a member on a new expert panel, advising on the future of human rights in Scotland.
Posted: 17 January 2018
The life of Frankenstein’s creator uncovered by leading Roehampton Professor
Professor Fiona Sampson's new book reveals discoveries that offer a richer understanding of the woman behind Frankenstein.
Posted: 10 January 2018
Professor’s drama, Far From The Madding Crowd, airs on BBC Radio 4
Professor Graham White’s 2013 adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Far From The Madding Crowd featured on BBC Radio 4 and available on IPlayer for the next month.
Posted: 9 January 2018