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Peter Holland on adaptations of King Lear

Close Relations – The CETAPS Lectures on Literature, Culture, Theatre and Translation

Inaugural Lecture – Peter Holland on adaptations of King Lear

Close Relations is the title of a new annual lecture series that prompts major academics in the Humanities to interrogate strands in western imaginative production from early modernity to postmodernity.
The inaugural lecture will be a prominent Shakespearean event:

Peter Holland

(McMeel Family Chair in Shakespeare Studies, University of Notre Dame;  Chair, The International Shakespeare Association)

When is King Lear not King Lear?’ Adapting and not adapting King Lear on film

1 July 2021, 18.00 / 6.00pm WEST (UK time) | 19.00 / 7.00pm CET


You can freely access the session through this link:

Close Relations is organised by

CETAPS, the Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies –
and hosted by the
Faculty of Arts and Humanities,

Universidade do Porto, Portugal


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