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Tue, Oct 16, 2018


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12:00pm
  Garden Gatherings - What can we do with Shakespeare?  
(Arts)

For over 400 years, scholars and poetry enthusiasts have reacted to the uncertainty caused by Shakespeare's sonnets in diverse and imaginative ways. In "What can we do with Shakespeare?" Dr. Amanda Kellogg, Assistant Professor of English at Radford University, will describe some of the characteristics that invest Shakespeare's sonnets with a sense of ambiguity and, perhaps, mystery.

Highlighting famous historical examples and discussing the innovations of Virginia Tech's Shakespeare's Garden project, she will argue that responses to Shakespeare's sonnets have been prompted by the spirit of collaborative meaning making the poems promote.
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Location: Moss Arts Center lobby by the mural wall
Price: Free; no ticket required
Sponsor: School of Performing Arts
Contact: E-Mail: performingarts@vt.edu
540-231-5200
   
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