Is Shakespeare Still Our Contemporary? – international conference
Conference for the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth
Lecturers of the conference and topics of the lectures
Professor Stanley Wells (President of the Shakespeare Trust, Stratford) the guest of honour of the conference
Maria Shevstova (Goldsmith College, University of London)
Whose Shakespeare Is Contemporary?
Holger Klein (University of Salzburg)
The Dramatist, the Director, and the Play: Reflections on an Ever-Intriguing Triangle
Almási Zsolt (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)
Katherine, the Shrew as our contemporary: Innocence and its loss
Bernáth András (University of Szeged)
Hamlet, our eternal contemporary
Fábián Annamária (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
“He was always irresponsible” – Howard Baker’s Seven Lears
Fabiny Tibor (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest)
Why have the topics “Shakespeare” and “religion” become our contemporaries again?
Farkas Ákos (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
The Dark Lady turns black and grows a moustache – ethnicity and sexuality in two contemporary Shakespearean fantasies
Gellért Marcell (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
Kiss Attila (University of Szeged)
Are Shakespeare’s contemporaries already our contemporaries?
Márkus Zoltán (Vassar College)
Is Kott’s Shakespeare still our contemporary?
Orosz István (Artist)
Shakespeare and the anamorphic depiction
Pikli Natália (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
Passages – the “real” Shakespeare and the icons of the contemporary popular culture (Joss Whedon, Tom Hiddleston, Örkény Theatre Hamlet)
Reuss Gabriella (Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Piliscsaba)
Contemporay Shakespeares at the Örkény Theatre: productions of Bagossy László and Gáspár Ildikó
Sávai-Matuska Ágnes (University of Szeged)
Adaptation and updating: world war in Shakespeare films
Schiller Mariann (ELTE Radnóti Miklós Practicing School, Budapest)
All the world is a professorship
Szigeti Balázs (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
Actions and thoughts in Hamlet and Macbeth at contemporary stages
Szőnyi György Endre (University of Szeged)
Are romances our contemporaries?