Field School in Medieval Theatre Studies
Undergraduate students have the opportunity to participate in a two week immersive experience during England's Medieval Festival at Herstmonceux Castle, the home of the Bader International Study Centre. The Medieval Festival at the Castle is Britain's largest and most magnificent celebration of the colourful Middle Ages.
Please note: you must apply for this program through Jenn Stephenson, contact her directly for more information.
DRAM 271/3.0 - Medieval Dramatic Literature
DRAM 273/3.0 - Medieval Dramatic Performance
Prerequisite: DRAM 100/6.0 or permission of the department
- DRAM273 meets 9am-noon
- Lunch in the dining hall noon-1pm
- DRAM271 meets 1pm-4pm
- Dinner in the dining hall 6pm-7pm
- Rehearsal as needed 7pm-10pm
Further details regarding teaching methods will be available at the end of December.
There will be 2 all day field trips included in the course – day trips to Canterbury and to London. We will also facilitate a “day off” for students. The group will be transported to nearby Brighton for a walking tour in the morning, with independent leisure time in the afternoon and evening.
Program Schedule 2014 Dates
August 11 – 26
Enrolment / Deadline
25 students. Apply by March 15th, 2014
Undergraduate students with Level 2 standing
$2,950 CAD which includes tuition, residence and meal plan, transport and entrance fees for field studies. Students will need additional funds for personal spending, visas (if applicable), health and travel insurance, and transport to UK.
Jenn Stephenson (DRAM271) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Drama at Queen’s University where she teaches Dramatic Literature and Theatre History. As a graduate student at the University of Toronto, Jenn was a research assistant with the Records of Early English Drama project and has published on the narrative implications of hypertextual structures in the REED Patrons and Performance database.
Amended January 2014