28 July- 2 August 2019 | Trinity College Dublin
Now in its ninth year, the Samuel Beckett Summer School provides a unique experience for students, scholars and lovers of Beckett’s works to engage with a faculty drawn from the world’s foremost Beckett scholars, all in the surroundings of Trinity College Dublin, the author’s alma mater.
Take part in seminars, lectures, public performances, guided tours and lively discussions in a stimulating and convivial atmosphere of this historic institution.
post-show discussion and 2019 launch reception to follow
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Tuesday 30 July 2019, 7:00 PM, Kilmainham Gaol (Courthouse)
Beckett Behind Bars
A conversation hosted by Feargal Whelan, with Nora Masterson and Mouth on Fire
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Wednesday 31 July 2019, 11:00 AM, Trinity Long Room Hub
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Wednesday 31 July 2019, 1:15 PM, Meet at Pavilion Bar
Tour of the Beckett Country
Guided by Feargal Whelan / depart 1:30 from campus, return 6:00
all seats €15 — includes soup & sandwich lunch — walk-ups welcome
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Wednesday 31 July 2019, 6:30 PM, Trinity Long Room Hub
Friday 2 August 2019, 12:00 PM, Trinity Long Room Hub
Beckett Country) can be reserved free of charge, with an optional donation
supporting the 2020 public programme of the Beckett Summer School.
Student Symposium: Sunday, 4 August 2019
The 2019 Summer School will host an additional symposium featuring research and discussion by participants in the school, on the Sunday following the activities of the school (4 August 2019). We hope that this enhances the opportunity for current students and researchers to engage and reflect on their activities, and is the first step toward making the Summer School a credit-bearing course. Please contact email@example.com for enquiries related to the symposium, or express your interest on the registration form.
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The Beckett Summer School began in 2011 as a project of the School of English and the School of Creative Arts at Trinity College Dublin. Since 2017, it forms a core part of the activities of the Trinity Centre for Beckett Studies, formed by a partnership between those two schools, the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultural Studies, and the Trinity Library. The Summer School is housed on campus at the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute, which also hosts the research centre.