Shakespeare and the Art of Lying, Oct. 3-7, 2009, IIAS Simla, India | cfp.english.upenn.edu

by Jessica C. Murphy

The aim of the workshop, to be held over an extended period of time, unlike that of a seminar, is not so much to arrive at firm conclusions but to raise questions that are exploratory in nature, to have an in-depth discussion of the variety and seriousness of Shakespeare’s thoughts on this issue and, in the process, to rethink a concern that can never be out of date.

Those interested in presenting a paper, should mail the full paper of a minimum of 5000 words, excluding notes, (roughly 50 minutes’ duration,) by August 14, 2009, to the President of the Shakespeare Society, email: panjashormishtha@gmail.com.

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