|3 Jul 2018||2:30pm - 5:30pm||Main Lecture Theatre, Old Divinity School, St John's College|
Registration for this event is now open. The event is free to attend but registration is required. To register, please email the project administrator, Rachael Taylor, here.
A three-part public event embedded in the conference, Law and Poetics in Early Modern England and Beyond (2-4 July, 2018). This event, involving actors, visual artists and legal professionals comprises:
- a talk and screening by visual artist Carey Young (The Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London; creator of law-based artistic works including Before the Law, Legal Fictions, and Palais du Justice)
- a performance event directed by Adele Thomas and Caroline Williams. Adele's previous credits include: The Weir (English Touring Theatre); Cosi Fan Tutte (Northern Ireland Opera); A Warring Absence (National Theatre); Unusual Unions (Royal Court); The Oresteia (2015) and The Knight of the Burning Pestle (2014) (Shakespeare's Globe/Sam Wanamaker Theatre). Caroline's previous credits include: Can You Hear Me Now (MAYK), Make Yourself At Home (Nuit Blanche Brussels), Now Is The Time To Say Nothing (The Young Vic), Millions of Years (English National Opera at The British Museum), Dad Dancing with Second Hand Dance and Puffball (Battersea Arts Centre), Shadwell’s Tempest and Le Malade Imaginaire with OAE (Shakespeare’s Globe).
- a interdisciplinary, inter-professional Round Table on Law and the Arts chaired by Julie Stone Peters (Columbia University). Participants include: Subha Mukherji (University of Cambridge), Nicola Padfield, QC (Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge), Richard K. Sherwin (New York Law School), Adele Thomas (Freelance Director), Carey Young (Visual Artist, The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London).
This event is part of the research project Crossroads of Knowledge in Early Modern England: the Place of Literature, a five-year project funded by the European Research Council, based at the Faculty of English and CRASSH, University of Cambridge.
For enquiries regarding this event, please contact the project administrator, Rachael Taylor here.
Subha Mukherji, Rachel E. Holmes, Joe Jarrett, George Oppitz-Trotman, and Elizabeth L. Swann
This project, KNOWING, has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7-2007-2013). Grant agreement No. 617849.
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