Can Editing Influence a Play's Legacy?
Lincoln Leads is a series of seminars tackling a different theme every week. All are warmly invited to attend this year’s Shakespeare Seminar on February 27th which will explore the question ‘Can Editing Influence a Play’s Legacy? with Prof. Henry Woudhuysen (Lincoln College), Prof. Lukas Erne (University of Geneva) and Eirian Yem (DPhil in English Literature). The panel will be chaired by Waqas Mirza (DPhil in French and English Literature).

The seminars take place in the Oakeshott Room at Lincoln College on Thursday evenings during Hilary term. Following a free wine reception from 5pm, each seminar will start at 5.45pm, culminating in a lively audience Q&A session that ends at 7pm. We have a fantastic group of panellists scheduled for the series. We therefore hope that you are eager to join them in conversation, and learn more about the diverse research conducted at Lincoln.

Tickets are free, but must be booked in advance. Spaces are limited and going fast, so make sure you sign up by clicking here:

Do join us at the seminar to find out what Lincoln Leads is all about, and celebrate the diverse research connected with the College.
Bring all your friends, enjoy all the free wine and ask all the questions.

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Date: 27 February 2020, 11:00 (Thursday, 6th week, Hilary 2020)
Venue: Lincoln College, Turl Street OX1 3DR
Venue Details: Oakeshott Room
Speakers: Prof. Henry Woudhuysen (University of Oxford), Prof. Lukas Erne (University of Geneva), Eirian Yem (University of Oxford), Waqas Mirza (University of Oxford)
Organising department: Lincoln College
Booking required?: Required
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Cost: Free
Audience: Public
Editor: Sadie Slater