PUBLICATIONS

Shakespeare Society of India
Publications

The Society has a policy for the publication of proceedings of seminars organized by it. Under this policy, broadly speaking, the volumes are published by the Society through reputed publishers. The Society retains the copyright on the volume and the royalty on it is paid directly to the Society. The editors of these volumes are appointed by the Executive Committee of the Society and are paid a modest honorarium for their labours. However, where a seminar is held in collaboration with other institutions, there are variations in this arrangement depending on the terms of agreement with those institutions. Given below is a list of publications and the details of the seminars that they were based on.

1. India’s Shakespeare, edited by Poonam Trivedi and Dennis Bartholomeusz (University of Delaware Press, 2005) .
Papers presented at the seminar “Shakespeare and India”, organized by the Shakespeare Society with support from the Department of English, University of Delhi, and the ‘Shakespeare in Asia’ project of the Australian Research Council, and held at the University of Delhi, 5-7 February, 1998

2. Vintage Shakespeare, edited by Prashant Sinha and Mohini Khot (Jaipur: Book Enclave, 2010)
Papers presented at the seminar “Conflict in Shakespeare, from Hamlet to Coriolanus”, organized by the Shakespeare Society in collaboration with the Department of English, Pune University, in honour of Professor S. Nagarajan and held at Pune University, 12-14 August, 2004.

3. Shakespeare and the Art of Lying, edited by Shormishtha Panja (Orient Blackswan, 2013).
Some of the papers presented at the international workshop, “Shakespeare and the Art of Lying”, organized by the Shakespeare Society in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Advanced Study and held at IIAS, Shimla, 3-7 October, 2009, along with other commissioned essays.

4. Shakespeare and Class, edited by Shormishtha Panja and the late Manjit Singh (in press)
Some of the papers presented at the international seminar “Shakespeare and Class”, organized by the Shakespeare Society and held at the University of Delhi South Campus, 6-8 March, 2003, along with many other commissioned essays.

5. Revisiting Shakespeare in Indian Literature and Culture (tentative title), edited by Shormishtha Panja, Babli Moitra Saraf, and Nita Kumar (under preparation)
Papers presented at the seminar “Revisiting Shakespeare in Indian Literature and Culture”, organized by the Shakespeare Society in collaboration with Indraprastha College, University of Delhi, and held at the College, March 7-9, 2013.

In addition to the above, the Society has published checklists of Shakespearean performances in various parts of the country.

Shakespeare: Varied Perspectives, edited by Vikram Chopra (B.R. Publishing Corp., 1996) included some papers presented at the International Shakespeare Seminar organized by the Shakespeare Society in collaboration with the Department of English, University of Delhi, the British Council and the India International Centre, 4-8 December, 1989.

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