Dear readers, let me invite you all to a talk I have co-organized with the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies at U of T as part of their Friday Chat Series:
(University of Hildesheim, Germany)
“Theatre at Work: Towards a Theory of Theatre Rehearsal [...]
In my last post, I darkly hinted at a new research project. Let me throw a bit more light on the subject.
Over the next couple of years, I’m planning to get my hands dirty in both comparative literature and in practice-based research. Most broadly, I want to figure out what exactly “a classic” is [...]
Things have been quiet here for the past few weeks — life didn’t quite kill the blog, but kept it pretty much dormant. Now that I have a few days of calm, though, I wanted to write two posts: this one, looking back on the past year and what happened to dispositio, and a second [...]
My old friend Stephen Marche, the renowned Shakespearean, is at it again, this time with an impassioned piece preaching the massively controversial credo that “Literature is not Data.” It’s an attack on authors and academics. Or on digital humanists. Or on algorithms (which are, saith Marche, fascist). Or something. [...]
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