Leadership in Shakespeare Plenary

From: Center for Faculty Innovation

Join us for the 2nd annual Noftsinger Celebration of Madison Scholarship!

This plenary session, hosted by the American Shakespeare Center, will focus on the expanding leadership roles of faculty. Engage with actors and explore Shakespeare's unique perspectives on leadership. Collaborate and network across all areas of scholarship in a friendly, collegial environment. Enjoy the beautiful Forbes Center for the Performing Arts.

You are encouraged to bring a guest! Both of you should register now, as limited plenary seats are available!

Leadership in Shakespeare: “For He’s a Spirit of Persuasion"
Shakespeare's characters have compelled audiences for over 400 years. In this lecture Ralph Alan Cohen will evaluate the rhetoric Shakespeare used as a means of persuasion and give the faculty insights into employing it in their classrooms and correspondence.

Thursday, May 10 4:00-5:00 pm
Reception, 5:00-7:00 pm

Forbes Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall

Ralph Alan Cohen, American Shakespeare Center
Miriam Donald Burrows, American Shakespeare Center
Benjamin Curns, American Shakespeare Center

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