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Research Conversations

A programme of free online talks with people engaged in Shakespeare-related research

About our Research Conversations:
Every month we host a live online talk, via Zoom, which provides you with the opportunity to listen to and ask questions of people who are engaged in Shakespeare-related research.

The talks begin with a thirty-minute presentation, followed by an open discussion. They are completely free to attend, and open to all.

2024 programme of Research Conversations:

This year all our Research Conversations are part of our multi-year programme The Women Who Made Shakespeare. Here's a taster of forthcoming talks:

13 March - Women of Will in Stratford-upon-Avon
10 April - Men Writing as Women in Early Modern England
8 May - In Search of Mary Shakespeare
12 June - New Place interiors and Widowhood
10 July - Susanna Hall
4 August - Curating Anne Hathaway's Cottage
11 September - Early Modern Female Travellers
9 October - Women and Theatre Management
13 November - Women and Shakespeare
11 December - Judith Quiney

How to book:
Our Research Conversations take place on the second Wednesday of every month, between 5-6pm (UK time). Booking is essential.

Attendance is free though we encourage donations in order to support our work and keep Shakespeare's story. Thank you for your support.

>> See our What's On pages for more information and to book your tickets.

Previous Research Conversations

Listen to audio recordings of our previous events

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