Mediality and Intermediality in Medieval and Renaissance English Literature

Saturday, 19 October 2019 Widang Hall, Yonsei University

Keynote Speech: Lars Engle (The University of Tulsa,USA),

"Modernizing Shakespeare: Montaigne and Mediality."

Session 1

Denise Ming-Yueh Wang (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan),: “Gifts as Media in the Squire’s Tale and the Ellesmere Manuscript”

Heegoo, Lee (Jungwon University), “Ethics in Se7en: between the Middle Ages and Now"

Session 2

Ming-TsangYang (National Taiwan University, Taiwan), “Word of Mouth and Rudderless Boats: Mediating Constance in The Man of Law’s Tale.” 

Hyundong Ko (Changwon National University), “Modernity and Mediality: Politics in Shakespeare, Machiavelli, and Mencius”

Daniel Gallimore (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan), : “The Use of Chinese Characters and Phonetic Glosses in Early 20th Century Japanese Shakespeare Translation”

Session 3

Hao Liu (Tsinghua University, China), “Visual Images and the Enrichment of Meaning in the Modern Chinese Productions of Shakespeare”

Juok Yoon(Sogang University), “Medieval Documentary Semiotics and Forged Letters in the Late Middle English Emaré”

Ko Yu Jin (Wellesley College, USA), "Intercultural Intermediality: The Unspoken Text in Intercultural Film Adaptations of Shakespeare"

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