“Sacrifice, Mystery, and Incision: Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and Paolo Uccello’s Corpus Domini Predella”
WHEN: Tuesday, 16 September 2014 – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Aula Magna Regina, Guarini Campus, John Cabot University, Via della Lungara, 233 00165 Rome
Join us tomorrow for Professor Francois-Xavier Gleyzon‘s lecture on Shakespeare and Paolo Uccello
Francois-Xavier Gleyzon is Assistant Professor English and the Conference Chair of Shooting Event: Revolutionary Art and Thought in the Arab Uprising at University of Central Florida. His research centers on Renaissance Literature, Visual and Cultural Theory.
He is the author of Shakespeare’s Spiral (Lexington, 2010), Shakespeare and the Archaeology of Shadows (Manchester University Press) 2012), David Lynch in Theory (Charles University Press, 2011) along with a number of peer-reviewed articles on English Renaissance Literature and Visual Arts.
His recent publications include two edited volumes on Shakespeare and Theory I & II (Routledge, 2013). Along with a monograph on The Eucharist in Early Modern Literature, Prof. Gleyzon is currently working on the publication of a Special Issue titled: Reading Milton Through Islam (Routledge, forthcoming 2014).
(Information taken from the websites of John Cabot University and University of Central Florida.)