¿Shakespeare para todos?: Bilingualism and the Border in 'Shakespeare’s American Tour.' By: Kathryn Vomero Santos | Department of English

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¿Shakespeare para todos?: Bilingualism and the Border in 'Shakespeare’s American Tour.' By: Kathryn Vomero Santos

Event Information
Event Date: 
Monday, October 7, 2019 - 3:30pm
Location: 
Curry Hall 203

The Medieval Renaissance Colloquium hosts Kathryn Vomero Santos to to give a talk entitled, ¿Shakespeare para todos?: Bilingualism and the Border in 'Shakespeare's American Tour.'

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