Last week I talked about the Shakespearean Territories project at the Politicised Literary Geographies workshop in Durham. Angharad Closs Stephens, Carolyn Pedwell and James Kneale were the other speakers. The whole event was recorded and we hope to make that available soon.
In that talk I spoke about the project as a whole. Today I head down to Oxford to talk to the 1887 Society at Mansfield College. It’s a fairly brief talk of about 30 minutes, but as well as outlining the idea behind the project in general terms I’m going to talk about Henry V, particularly the opening two scenes, for the first time.