Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies Symposium on "The Future of Teaching Shakespeare"
Location and Lodging
The symposium will be held at the Hotel Capstone on The University of Alabama's campus. Additionally, a special group rate has been arranged with Hotel Capstone for participants attending the Strode Symposium. The deadline for making reservations under the group rate is January 21st, 2020. Click here to book your hotel room online or you can make a reservation by calling the from desk at 205-752-3200. Be sure to mention the group code UAC221Z20 when making your reservation to receive the discounted rate. Click here for directions to Hotel Capstone.
Parking at Hotel Capstone is free.
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Attendance at the Symposium is free, but registration is required. Click here to register!
Request for Accommodations
The University of Alabama is committed to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Requests for accommodations of physical and/or dietary needs should be made at least 30 calendar days in advance of the program date. Please email your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies
A privately endowed program named for a longtime faculty member, the Strode Program promotes the study of early modern British literature and culture from Skelton to Milton.
The endowment provides for symposia and lectures by distinguished scholars and financial support for graduate study at The University of Alabama.
The intellectual work and educational activities sponsored by the Strode Program, from fellowships to lecture series, from the Strode Seminar to summer research awards, converge upon a single focus: the graduate student.
To find out more about the Strode Program or the Department of English at The University of Alabama, please visit strode.english.ua.edu.