29 iii 2023. Will give a guest lecture online from 1630–1730 Greenwich Mean Time at the University of Winchester, Winchester, UK as part of a Faculty of Arts Research Seminar series and an Eight-Year University of Winchester Visiting Research Fellowship. The title of the talk is “On Class, Context, and a Redemptive Commons with the […]
Gave a Visiting Fellowship Lecture, “Melancholic Subjectivity, Modes of Production, and the Utopian Rhetoric of Shakespeare’s Richard II“, 9 March 2022, 430–530 pm for a Research Seminar Series, Faculty of Arts, The University of Winchester, UK. Organized and introduced by Prof. Inga Bryden. Attendees included, inter alia, multiple from the University of Winchester, Antonio Cerella […]
31 iii 2021. Gave a guest lecture “Forms of Cinematic Capital: Circulation, Movement, and Thought” at the University of Winchester, Winchester, UK as part of a Faculty of Arts Research Seminar Series and an Eight–Year University Visiting Research Fellowship. Introduced and facilitated by prof. Inga Bryden. Attendees included, inter alia, multiple from the University of […]
13 ii 2019. Gave a guest lecture “On Community and the Creative Life” at the University of Winchester, Winchester, UK as part of a Faculty of Arts Research Seminar Series and a Five–Year University Visiting Research Fellowship. Introduced by dr. Neil Ewen and facilitated by prof. Inga Bryden.
Gave a paper as an Invited Speaker on “Languages and Forms of Capital in Balzac and James” for a conference on “Balzac et L’Angleterre” / “Balzac and England” at the Maison Française d’Oxford, 12-14 April 2018. Invited by dr. Tim Farrant (Fellow and Reader in French) Pembroke College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
TEMPLE SHAKESPEARE AND HEGEL KINGSTON SHAKESPEARE SEMINAR AT GARRICK’S TEMPLE SATURDAY APRIL 1 2017 SHAKESPEARE AND HEGEL 10.00: Jennifer Bates (Duquesne University) ‘Hegel and Shakespeare on the Measure for Measure: The Hangman’s Mystery’ 11.00: Coffee 11.30: Simon Haines (Hong Kong University) ‘Hegel and The Merchant of Venice’ 12.15: Paul Kottman (New School, New York) ‘Hegel […]
KiSSiT: Shakespearean Anachronism programme (Feb 18)
Erik Roraback: The Philosophical Baroque, Feb 16
Erik Roraback, “Orson Welles’s ‘Chimes at Midnight’, Shakespeare, and Our Contemporaneity”, The University of Winchester, St Alphege Building, Room 004, 3.00 p.m., Friday, 1 April 2016
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