|Dr. Katherine Rowe
The George Washington University’s Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare Annual Shakespeare Lecture will be delivered by Dr. Katherine Rowe. Her talk is titled “Virtual Globe Theatres (Playgoing in a Networked World).” GW English is excited to announce this annual event, which has become a highlight of the fall semester. A reception will follow Dr. Rowe’s lecture.
Friday, September 9th
Mount Vernon Campus
Free and open to the public
Please join us as we celebrate the start of the academic school year with our fifth Annual Shakespeare Lecture: “Virtual Globe Theatres (Playgoing in a Networked World).”
Dr. Katherine Rowe is Provost and Dean of Faculty at Smith College. She is the author of Dead Hands: Fictions of Agency, Renaissance to Modern,co-author (with Thomas Cartelli) of New Wave Shakespeare on Screen, and editor of Evans Shakespeare Edition of Macbeth. A scholar of literature and media history, she is co-founder of Luminary Digital Media, a social reading platform that is bringing literary works to mobile devices, including iPad apps of the Folger Library Shakespeare editions.
Free and open to the public. Information on the free shuttle between Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campus can be accessed here.
Generously sponsored by GWU’s Medieval & Early Modern Studies Institute.