London Shakespeare Seminar

LSS: Senate Room, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Monday 22 January: 5.15-7pm

  • Line Cottegnies (Paris Sorbonne), ‘Henry’s “Bruised helmet”: Armour and Weaponry in Henry V’
  • Liam Semler (Sydney), ‘SysEd vs Ardenspace: The Evolution and Aims of the Imaginarium Learning Modules on the Shakespeare Reloaded Website’

All welcome. The session consists of two 25-minute papers, followed by shared questions and then a glass of wine.

London Shakespeare Seminars

This long-established annual seminar series provides a wide and significant intellectual/social resource for early modernists in the London area. Seminars will take place at 17.15 on Mondays in the Senate Room, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street.

Each seminar will comprise two 25-minute talks followed by shared questions. There will then be drinks and, for those who wish to join us, we will move on to dinner at a nearby restaurant.

Jointly organised by the London Shakespeare Centre and the Institute for English Studies, University of London. The details of all seminars are published by Institute of English Studies, Senate House, please visit their website here.

For more information and to be included on the LSS mailing list please contact Gemma Miller at this email address: