‘Age is Unnecessary’: Shakespeare and the War between Old and Young

10 August 2017 (Thu), 6.30-8.15PM
At Performance Hall

We have more exciting news coming your way! Ready yourself for THE Stephen Greenblatt – the distinguished Pulitzer Prize winner, Shakespearean scholar, and literary historian whose works have changed the landscape of literary criticism over the last forty years. In his lecture, Professor Greenblatt aims to connect the Bible, Renaissance literature, and evolutionary biology through the careful examination of ‘old age’—what can the consciousness of an old person tell us about literature and history? What can it tell us about ourselves?

Thursday Aug 10 | 6.30-8.15PM | Performance Hall
RSVP at http://stephengreenblatt.peatix.com/

If you–like me–think that’s not enough Greenblatt for you, join us for lunch the following day! Come armed with questions as Professor Greenblatt and Professor Ramie Targoff have both decided to have lunch with the Literature faculty!

Friday Aug 11 | 12.00-1.30PM | Cendana Private Dining Room
All are welcome!