Carole Levin to Speak at Shakespeare Pedagogy Conference

The Shakespeare Festival is hosting a Shakespeare Pedagogy Conference on September 28 and 29.

The conference will focus on issues that affect the teaching, production, or performance of Shakespeare and early modern drama for secondary or college students.

Professor Carole Levin is this year’s featured Conference Keynote Speaker and Scholar-in-Residence. Levin is Willa Cather Professor of History and Director of the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program at the University of Nebraska.

Friday’s events will take place in Allendale; Saturday’s events will be at the Pew Campus in Grand Rapids.
Lunch is included on Saturday.

Graduate students can attend for free; register here.

NOTE: The cost of conference attendance includes tickets to the 2012 GVSU Shakespeare Festival Mainstage Production of Richard III, as well as admittance to the Mainstage Opening Night reception. There is no reduced price to exclude these costs.

Contact Professor Jo Miller with questions.