In this talk I’ll be returning to the Shakespeare project for the first time in a while. Once I’ve finished the Foucault work this remains the next priority. In this talk I’ll discuss aspects of a number of plays, including King Lear, Hamlet and Henry V – all of which I’ve discussed before – alongside Henry IV, Part I, which is new to this lecture.
This will look at The Birth of Territory in the morning and an unpublished paper in the afternoon. In the morning I’ll give a short opening presentation before responses to the book and discussion; the afternoon will be discussion-based. The workshop is supported by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Environmental Humanities Group and the Biopolitical Studies Research Network at UNSW.
Thank to Matt Kearnes and his colleagues for arranging this visit.