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August 2017

Weekend with Shakespeare

August 18, 2017 - August 20, 2017
2017 Weekend with Shakespeare

About: Join Shakespeare scholars and artists for two days of lectures, discussions, and demonstrations about this season’s mainstage productions. Educator’s Day on Sunday, August 20 is built to provide teachers with tools and lesson plans to gain confidence and strategies for teaching Shakespeare in the classroom and beyond. Weekend schedule: Weekend with Shakespeare will be Friday & Saturday, 12-5pm at the UCSC Arboretum. Educator’s Day will be Sunday, 11-3pm, featuring three 45 minute workshops including an acting/text workshop led by…

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August 2018

Weekend with Shakespeare

August 11, 2018 - August 12, 2018

Join Shakespeare scholars and artists for two days of lectures, discussions, and demonstrations about the 2018 Season’s mainstage productions, Romeo & Juliet and Love’s Labour’s Lost. Weekend with Shakespeare Lecture Series: This year, the Weekend With Shakespeare Lecture Series is free! However, we suggest interested participants RSVP through The Santa Cruz Shakespeare website. Weekend with Shakespeare is sponsored in partnership with Santa Cruz Shakespeare. LECTURE SERIES SCHEDULE DAY ONE Lecture Series, Love’s Labour’s Lost: Saturday, August 11 Noon welcome (light lunch…

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May 2019

Feminist Science Studies Conference: Indigeneity and Climate Justice Day 1

May 30, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Organized by Karen Barad and Felicity Amaya Schaeffer. The 2019 UCSC Feminist Science Studies conference takes as its focus the theme of “Indigeneity and Climate Justice.” Climate Justice, as opposed to the more narrow framings of “environmental justice,” marks the consideration of the entanglement of ecological, cultural, social, political, geological, biological and other forces, understood as simultaneous and mutually constitutive. A shared concern among our esteemed keynote speakers is the question of how to respond to the challenges of collaborative…

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Feminist Science Studies Conference: Indigeneity and Climate Justice Day 2

May 31, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Organized by Karen Barad and Felicity Amaya Schaeffer. The 2019 UCSC Feminist Science Studies conference takes as its focus the theme of “Indigeneity and Climate Justice.” Climate Justice, as opposed to the more narrow framings of “environmental justice,” marks the consideration of the entanglement of ecological, cultural, social, political, geological, biological and other forces, understood as simultaneous and mutually constitutive. A shared concern among our esteemed keynote speakers is the question of how to respond to the challenges of collaborative…

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August 2022

Weekend With Shakespeare

August 5 - August 6

Join Shakespeare scholars and artists for two days of lectures, discussions, and demonstrations about the 2022 Season’s main stage productions, Twelfth Night and The Tempest. The Weekend with Shakespeare Lecture Series is free, however seating is limited! Please email Rebecca Clark, Santa Cruz Shakespeare's Education Coordinator, at rebecca@santacruzshakespeare.org, to reserve your spot. Weekend with Shakespeare is sponsored in partnership with Santa Cruz Shakespeare. Lecture Series on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night: Friday, August 5 12-12:15 Welcome 12:15-1:15 Q&A with actors from Twelfth…

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