Wednesday 18 May 2016, 2.00PM to 4.30pm
14.00: Amy Wong, ''A chopping girl, so like the father': Anxious Masculinity and Childbirth Rituals in A Chaste Maid in Cheapside'
14.15: Rebecca Duncan, 'Room for Improvement: The critical blank space of Sheridan’s objects'
14.30: Shannon Webb, 'Shakespeare's fools are rarely foolish, and no better is this typified than in King Lear'
14.45: Charlotte Morrin, 'Menstruous, Monstrous Maidens: Female Blood-lett(er)ing on the Renaissance Stage'
15.15: Lena Saraj, 'Corporeality in Paradise Lost'
15.30: Miriam Johnson, 'Paradise Lost: The Stuff of Satan in the Landscape of Chaos'
15.45: Emma Beale, ''If they do not make me sick': Corruption and The Permeability of the Body in John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi'
16.00: Emily Roads, 'Scotland’s Lear: An Alternative Context to Shakespeare’s King Lear'
16.15: Beth Sharrock, ''See how swift she comes': Pace and Victimhood in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus'
Location: Treehouse, Berrick Saul Building, University of York Campus West