Author: Cora Dietl

Theatrical Objects

The German language brach of SITM organizes a regional colloquium in Wienhausen near Celle, 7-9 March 2018. The topic of the Colloquium is “theatrical objects”, which means all kinds of objects or “things” related...

Minutes

Here you may find the minutes of our last Business Meetings: Durham 2016 Poznan 2013

Mostly Medieval Theatre Festival

In May 2017, alongside the 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies (May 11-14) at Kalamazoo, Western Michigan University will host the inaugural Mostly Medieval Theatre Festival. This new biennial event, designed to increase the...

Durham Performance Program

The program of performances during the Durham SITM conference (i.e. of the Theatrum Mundi Festival) is now available on our Facebook page (see ‘events’): https://www.facebook.com/SITM-Société-Internationale-pour-lÉtude-du-Théâtre-Médiéval-184821384931155/events 07/07/2016, 19:30-21:00  “Ein Dialogus … von dem absterben Friderici...

SITM Travel Grants

SITM offers a limited number of travel grants for students, unwaged and low-waged resp. low-pensioned members who will participate at the Durham SITM Colloquium and present a paper. The grants will be approx. 200...

Newsletter March 2016

Dear members of SITM, I am very sorry that I let you wait long for the following messages: 1. SITM Colloquium, Durham, July 7th–12th, 2016 After some problems with Durham events organisation, Mark Chambers has...

Newsletter January 2016

Dear members of SITM, Wishing you all the very best for 2016, I would like to provide you with the latest news from SITM: I. SITM Colloquium, Durham, July 7th–12th, 2016 Our Durham colloquium...

Newsletter July 2014

Dear members of SITM, After quite some time of silence, I have some news to tell you: I. SITM Conference 2016 The planning process for the SITM conference in Durham, July 7–12, 2016 is...

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