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Dr. Everett Has Been Giving Conference Talks!

Dr. William Everett has traveled far and wide in his public speaking engagements recently. Here's the skinny:

“The Geisha (1896) as a Locus of Intertextuality in Popular Musical Theatre.”  Invited keynote address for the conference "Explicitly Intertextual Music since 1890," held at the Stanis?aw Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gda?sk, Poland, 24 May 2019.

“Respectability through Reflexivity: Reframing the Reputations of Female Actors in A Gaiety Girl (1893).”  Song, Stage and Screen XIV, University of Leeds (UK), 26 June 2019.

“Another day, another doomed (medievalist) musical": La Cava and Musical Multiculturalism, Then and Now.”  Mid America Medieval Association Annual Conference, UMKC, 14 September 2019.

He also had one book chapter appear in print, “The Shifting Sand of Orientalism: The Desert Song on Stage and Screen,” in The Oxford Handbook of Musical Theatre Screen Adaptations, edited by Dominic McHugh (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019), pp. 447-472.

Congrats Dr. Everett!

Published: Sep 18, 2019
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